Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas
Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas is designed to promote inquiry into a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary issues related to transnationalism and the emergence, formation, growth, patterns/trends and transformations of transnational and diasporic communities. This series opens a discursive space in diaspora scholarship in all fields of the humani-ties and social sciences.
The volumes in the series explore theoretical, cultural, literary, linguistic, identity-forming, historical, and social, economic, and political trends and patterns within and across transnational and diaspora communities as well as in their tripartite relationships/interactions with homelands and host lands. The series welcomes original submissions from individually and collabora-tively authored books and monographs as well as edited collections of es-says. All proposals and manuscripts will be peer reviewed.
For further information about the series and for the submission of manuscripts, contact:
Dr. Irene Maria F. Blayer
Brock University, Canada
905.688.5550 ext. 3304
Dr. Dulce Maria Scott
Anderson University, Indiana
PETER LANG PUBLISHING
Attn: Michelle Salyga, Acquisitions Editor
29 Broadway, 18th Floor
New York, NY 10006
Phone: 212.647.7700 ext. 3015