Edited by Anne Brewster, University of New South Wales
This interdisciplinary book series showcases dynamic, innovative research on contemporary and historical
Australian culture. It aims to foster interventions in established debates on Australia as well as opening
up new areas of enquiry that reflect the diversity of interests in the scholarly community. The series
includes research in a range of fields across the humanities and social sciences, such as history, literature,
media, philosophy, cultural studies, gender studies and politics. Proposals are encouraged in areas such
as Indigenous studies, critical race and whiteness studies, women’s studies, studies in colonialism and
coloniality, multiculturalism, the experimental humanities and ecocriticism. Of particular interest is research
that promotes the study of Australia in cross-cultural, transnational and comparative contexts.
Cross-disciplinarity and new methodologies are welcomed.
The series will feature the work of leading authors but also invites proposals from emerging scholars.
Proposals for monographs and high-quality edited volumes are welcomed. Proposals and manuscripts
considered for the series will be subject to rigorous peer review and editorial attention. The series is affiliated
with the International Australian Studies Association (www.inasa.org).
Proposals are welcome for monographs or edited collections. Those interested in contributing to the
series should send a detailed project outline either to the series editor (Anne Brewster: firstname.lastname@example.org) or to email@example.com.
For further information, please contact Dr Laurel Plapp, Senior Commissioning Editor,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. +44 (0) 1865 514160