CONTEXTS AND CONSEQUENCES: NEW STUDIES IN RELIGION AND HISTORY
published by THE DAVIES GROUP
This series provides a forum for scholarship at the nexus of religion and history in which the contexts and consequences of change are examined.
Monographs in this series employ innovative methods in the study of religion, exploring pivotal historical moments, or proposed alternative readings of history. While maintaining the standards required in scholarly research, monographs should be accessible, engaging, and suitable for use in the undergraduate classroom. Full monographs (approximately 50,000-75,000 words) should include footnotes and should follow the Chicago Manual of Style.
Ebooks in this series employ these same innovative methods, with a focus on the study of religion and conflict (both past and contemporary). Full monographs (approximately 30,000-50,000 words) should be of general interest and should contain limited footnotes and bibliographies.
Proposals will be reviewed by the series editors and should be no more than five pages in length, and must include:
• A three page description of your project, including a statement of your thesis and a narrative explication of the historical/geographical context of your study
• A one page selected bibliography
• A one page preliminary table of contents
Please submit one copy of your proposal to each of the following:
Department of Religious Studies
Division of Humanities
University of Maine Farmington
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