Series

Studies in Health Humanities

Edited by Lorenzo Servitje, assistant professor at Lehigh University, and Andrea Charise, associate professor at University of Toronto Scarborough, this series features scholarship from the arts, humanities, and critical social sciences. It explores the fraught, often deeply ideological, lineaments of health and its proxies.


Critical Conversations in Horror Studies

Dawn Keetley, Professor of English at Lehigh University, serves as editor for this series which seeks to advance critical conversations pertaining to the genre of horror across all mediums.


Perspectives on Edgar Allan Poe

Edited by Barbara Cantalupo, Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University, this series features a number of essay collections involving interdisciplinary approaches to the works of Edgar Allan Poe.


Studies in Christianity in China

This series, edited by the Chair of East Asian Studies at University of Alberta, Ryan Dunch, publishes interdisciplinary, innovative scholarship that extends our understanding of Christianity in China.


Studies in Eighteenth-Century America and the Atlantic World

This series is co-sponsored by the Lawrence Henry Gipson Institute for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and is edited by Scott Paul Gordon, professor of English, Lehigh University. It publishes scholarship pertaining to early American and transatlantic studies.


Studies in Text and Print Culture

Edited by Sandro Jung, Senior Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, this series seeks to promote an understanding of literature as closely related to, and informed by, other discursive forms.

 

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