Purdue University Press: Comparative Cultural Studies

Place of publication: 
West Lafayette

Comparative Cultural Studies


Series Editor: Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek 

Editor's Curriculum Vitae <http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweblibrary/totosycv/>

Comparative cultural studies is a contextual approach to the study of culture in a global and intercultural context. It works with a plurality of methods and approaches. The theoretical and methodological framework of comparative cultural studies is built on tenets borrowed from the disciplines of comparative literature and cultural studies and from a range of thought traditions including literary and culture theory, (radical) constructivism, communication theories, and systems theories. In comparative cultural studies the focus is on theory and method as well as application.

The monograph series of Books in Comparative Cultural Studies publishes single-authored and thematic collected volumes of new scholarship. Manuscripts of books are invited for publication in the series in fields of the study of culture, literature, the arts, media studies, communication studies, the history of ideas and related disciplines of the humanities and social sciences to the series editor in a word attachment via email at <clcweb@purdue.edu>.

Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed followed by the usual standards of editing, copy editing, marketing, and distribution. The series is affiliated with CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (ISSN 1481-4374) <http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweb>, the peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access quarterly in the humanities and social sciences published by Purdue University Press. For procedures of submission and the style guide of the series consult: <http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/clcweblibrary/seriespurdueccs>


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