Crossovers: New Perspectives on CompLit
Peer-reviewed book series of the European Society of Comparative Literature/Société Européenne de Littérature Comparée
The series publishes monographs that fall within the broadly understood category of Comparative Literature, exploring the interdisciplinary and transnational relationships between literature, society, science, art and other media. Reflecting the mission of the society, the series treats Europe as its focal point, using its cultural archives, intellectual history, and the intersections of ideas and phenomena – naturally intertwined with non-European forms of artistic creation – as its field of exploration. We welcome new theoretical and methodological approaches to an open range of topics and diverse cultural dimensions, including the studies of under-examined literary representations, such as inter alia Eastern European cultures in their relation to the West. The emphasis on European literature as the platform for finding a common rationale in various, differentiated areas of artistic creation showing the development of societal changes, makes the series both relevant and topical at a time of contemporary global crisis.
Professor Beata Waligórska-Olejniczak
Professor Emilia Di Rocco
Dr. Zsuzsanna Varga
Dr. Elisa Kriza
ADVISORY BOARD (ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY FIRST NAME)
Professor Amelia Sanz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Senior Lecturer Angela Fernandes, Lisboa University, Portugal Professor Karen-Margrethe Simonsen, Aarhus University, Denmark Professor Marco Maggi, Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland Professor Marijan Dović, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts Lecturer Natalia Tuliakova, Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, Russia Researcher Santiago Perez Isasi, Lisboa University, Portugal Professor Zvonko Taneski, Bratislava University, Slovakia
More information about how to submit a manuscript may be found on the ESCL website at Book Series: Crossovers: New Perspectives on CompLit – ESCL/SELC (escl-selc.eu)
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