Call for Papers ArchiveModernist Constellations
New series from Clemson University Press
Call for Proposals
This new series from Clemson University Press, Modernist Constellations, reflects the global dimension of modernist studies, while making space for explorations of the modernist world maps and the current ‘planetary turn.’ The series takes into account the many temporalities, spaces, and forms of literary modernisms. Its aim is to explore modernism’s multiple artistic and intellectual contexts, while paying attention to the realities of expatriation, translation, and less structured forms of dissemination and influence. It encompasses Anglo-American and European literatures, as well as titles dealing with modernism’s ties to empire and decolonization.
We seek proposals for books in the form of monographs, edited collections, editions and anthologies that fulfill the aims of the Clemson Modernist Constellations series. We encourage proposals for titles examining lesser-known international movements that have shaped the literary and artistic forms associated with modernism including and beyond the Anglo-American and European iterations.
Proposals should be formatted according to Clemson’s house style (https://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/press/resources/authors.html) and submitted to Clemson’s Director, John Morgenstern at email@example.com.
Lauren Arrington (L.Arrington@liverpool.ac.uk) is Head of Department at the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool.
Emilie Morin (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York.
The series editors welcome email enquiries. Lauren Arrington and John Morgenstern will be at the 2018 Modernist Studies Association conference in Columbus and available for conversation.
Editorial Advisory Board
Derek Attridge (University of York)
Sara Crangle (University of Sussex)
David Dwan (University of Oxford)
Ziad Elmarsafy (King’s College London)
Marina MacKay (University of Oxford)
Cóilín Parsons (Georgetown University)
Jean-Michel Rabaté (University of Pennsylvania)
Jahan Ramazani (University of Virginia)
Susan Stanford Friedman (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Olga Taxidou (University of Edinburgh)
Conference Location: Liverpool, United Kingdom
Conference Starts: October 11, 2018
Conference Ends: December 31, 2021
CFP Submission Deadline: December 31, 2021
For more information, contact: Dr Lauren Arrington