Comparative Cultural Studies presents new approaches for transcultural and cross-disciplinary work. The series aims to reinvigorate the study of culture and culture products such as literature, art, and media through pluralistic and inclusive strategies that cross borders of language, nation, method, and discipline. Works in this series advance perspectives rooted in comparative literature and cultural studies; they emphasize innovative theoretical models and methodologies that draw on a range of thought traditions including literary and culture concepts, (radical) constructivism, communications models, and systems theories. Providing new directions for thinking about and living in cultures, Comparative Cultural Studies is interdisciplinary study informed by a global context.
Series Editor: Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek
Submissions and inquiries should be sent to ccsbks [at] purdue [dot] edu. All proposals should follow the guidelines laid out by the Press's Editorial Board.
Titles in this series