Monograph Proposals Invited for Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media
Call for Monograph Proposals
In May this year, Palgrave Macmillan published the first volume of its monograph series Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media. The series was established to promote the cross-disciplinary field of media history. Its ambition is to promote cutting-edge scholarship. Its scope is broad, covering all forms of media in all periods of history from the middle ages to the modern day. The series seeks to reflect the variety of different subjects, approaches and methods that characterise this scholarly field of enquiry.
The core intellectual aim of this series is to publish a succession of volumes which will encourage dialogue between scholars and students with a common interest in the history of communication.
For more information, including monographs currently under contract in the series, please see http://www.ucd.ie/mediahis/docs/SeriesFlyer.pdf
Submitting a Proposal
The series warmly welcomes proposals from younger scholars in the field as well as from more established figures. For further information on the new series, please do feel free to contact Dr Alexander Wilkinson, Director of the Centre for the History of the Media, School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, Dublin 4, Ireland. Email: email@example.com
To submit a formal proposal, please complete the form available at http://www.palgrave.com/authors/publishing.asp and send this directly to firstname.lastname@example.org You should also append a sample chapter of the work.
The proposal and sample chapter will be reviewed in the first instance by the editors. This process usually takes around two weeks. If successful, the proposal and the manuscript will be sent out for external specialist review.
The Editorial Board
Dr Alexander Wilkinson (Centre for the History of the Media, University College Dublin)
Dr Bill Bell (Centre for the History of the Book, University of Edinburgh)
Dr Chandrika Kaul (University of St. Andrews)
Professor Kenneth Osgood (Florida Atlantic University)
Professor Carlos Barrera (University of Navarra, Spain)
Professor Peter Burke (Emmanuel College, Cambridge)
Professor Denis Cryle (Central Queensland University)
Professor David Culbert (LSU, Baton Rouge)
Professor Nicolas Cull (University of Southern California Centre for Public Diplomacy)
Professor Tom o’Malley (Centre for Media History, Aberystwyth)
Professor Chester Pach (Ohio University)
Dr Alexander Wilkinson
Dr Alexander Wilkinson,
Centre for the History of the Media,
School of History and Archives,
University College Dublin,
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