Modern Americas: Book series, UCL Press
Series Editors: Claire Lindsay, Tony McCulloch, Maxine Molyneux, Kate Quinn Contact details:
The Modern Americas series publishes books on the culture, politics, and history of the Americas from the nineteenth century to the present day. The series aims to foster national, international, trans-national, and comparative approaches to topics in the region, including those that bridge geographical and/or disciplinary divides, such as between the disparate parts of the hemisphere covered by the series (the US, Latin America, Canada, and the Caribbean) or between the humanities and social/natural sciences.
We are delighted to announce the latest publication from the UCL Press Modern Americas series: Canada in the Frame: Copyright, Collections and the Image of Canada, 1895-1924, by Philip J. Hatfield (published June 2018).
We invite proposals for monographs and edited volumes from scholars in all disciplines. The editors will also consider publication-ready translations of works that have originally appeared in Spanish, French, or Portuguese.
UCL Press is the UK's first fully Open Access university press (now celebrating one million downloads) and is committed to the scholarly peer review of all its titles. For more information and submission guidelines see here.
Proposals for the Modern Americas series should be submitted in the first instance to Claire Lindsay.
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