CFP: Travel Writing (no deadline noted; book series)

full name / name of organization: 
Kristi Siegel
contact email: 

New Book Series:
                 Travel Writing Across the Disciplines: Theory and Pedagogy
                 General Editor, Dr. Kristi Siegel
                 Assistant Professor
                 English Department
                 Mount Mary College
                 2900 North Menomonee River Parkway
                 Milwaukee, WI 53222
                 (414) 258-4810, ext. 464

                 Call for single-authored book-length studies and
multi-authored essay collections on the theory and/or pedagogy of travel

                 The recent critical attention devoted to travel
literature enacts a logical transition from the ongoing focus on
autobiography, subjectivity, and multiculturalism. Travel extends the
inward direction of autobiography to consider the journey outward. It also
intersects provocatively with studies of multiculturalism, gender, and
subjectivity; for whatever the journey's motive--tourism, study, flight,
emigration, or domination--journey changes both the country visited and
the self that travels. This series invites book-length manuscripts from
various disciplines such as social history, cultural theory, multicultural
studies, anthropology, sociology, religious studies, literary analysis,
and feminist criticism. This series welcomes book-length studies as well
as multi-authored essay collections from all periods of literature. These
volumes explore journey literature from critical and/or pedagogical
perspectives and focus on travel as metaphor and in cultural practice.

                 For further information about the series and for the
submission of manuscripts, please contact:

                 Dr. Heidi Burns
                 Senior Acquisitions Editor
                 Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
                 516 North Charles Street
                 Second Floor
                 Baltimore, MD 21201

                 (410) 385-5362
                 (410) 752-6190

                 2900 North Menomonee River Parkway
                 Milwaukee, WI 53222
                 (414) 258-4810, ext. 461
                 (414) 549-3262
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