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The series on Mind and American Literature offers a forum for the publication of scholarly work investigating connections between literary texts and interdisciplinary inquiry into the broadly defined concept of mind. Books in the series will take a fresh view of literature from any genre in the contexts of questions and considerations that have emerged from such fields as philosophy, psychology, biology, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology. The series is committed to publishing fine writing, accessible to a wide range of educated readers.
Camden House is an imprint of the academic publisher Boydell & Brewer, of Rochester, New York and Woodbridge, UK. Specializing since its founding in 1979 on German literature, literary criticism, and culture, Camden House has had a presence since the early 1980s in English and American literary studies.