New Hispanisms: Cultural and Literary Studies
Series Editor(s): Anne J. Cruz, University of Miami
The New Hispanisms series publishes innovative studies that investigate how the cultural production of the Hispanic world is generated, disseminated, and consumed. Ranging from the Iberian Middle Ages to contemporary Spain and Latin America, this series offers a forum for various critical and disciplinary approaches to cultural texts, including literature and other artifacts of Hispanic culture. Queries and proposals for single-author volumes and collections of original essays are welcome.
Book proposals should include a cover letter, working title, table of contents, sample chapters, information about competitive titles, and a resume or CV. Also provide an approximate total word count, including notes and bibliography, and information about any proposed illustrations.
Please send proposals to acquisitions editor James Long: email@example.com