English Association Monographs - English at the Interface

Monogrpah Series 5Established in 1906, The English Association is the oldest established association in the UK for all those interested in English at all levels, from primary to higher education. Its aim is to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the English language and its literatures and to foster good practice in its teaching and learning at all levels. In 2006, the English Association launched a new series ‒ English Association Monographs, which is now published by Liverpool University Press.

English Association Monographs invites submissions that explore or represent English Studies at the interface with other languages, cultures, professions and disciplines from the medieval period to the present day. It also welcomes submissions that reflect on or contribute to interdisciplinary conversations, or which are the product of thinking across disciplines or across sectors, or which explore the intersections between English Studies, Digital Humanities, and the new technologies of any period. The General Editors and the Editorial Board will work with authors to produce books that are written clearly and eloquently, and represent the best and most exciting new work in English Language and Literature.

General Editors:

Claire Jowitt, University of East Anglia  C.Jowitt@uea.ac.uk

Jennifer Richards, Newcastle University jennifer.richards@newcastle.ac.uk

Editorial Board:

Martin Eve, Birkbeck, University of London

Clare Lees, King’s College, London

Gail Marshall, University of Reading

Anshuman Mondal, University of East Anglia

Sinead Morrissey, Newcastle University

Rick Rylance, Director, School of Advanced Studies, University of London

Lyndsay Stonebridge, University of Birmingham.

Greg Walker, University of Edinburgh

Book proposals should take the following form:
  • A synopsis indicating clearly the book’s scope and subject (up to 1000 words).
  • A proposed table of contents (1 side of A4).
  • An assessment of current and recent work published in the field and of likely competition for the project.
  • An indication of the market and the readership for the book.
  • A sample chapter (not more than 10,000 words).
  • Estimated word length (up to 120,000 words) and delivery date.
  • Any special features – e.g. illustrations, tables, etc.

Commissioning Editor: Christabel Scaife

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