Cultural Sitings will present focused discussions of major contemporary and historical cultural issues by prominent and promising scholars, with a special emphasis on multidisciplinary and transnational perspectives. By bridging historical and theoretical concerns, Cultural Sitings will develop and examine narratives which probe the spectrum of experiences that continuously reconfigure contemporary cultures. By rethinking chronology, agency, and especially the siting of historical transformation, the books in this series will go beyond disciplinary boundaries and notions of what is central to knowledge. By juxtaposing the analytical, the historical, and the visual, this challenging new series will provide a venue for the development of cultural studies and for the re-writing of the canon.
This series is closed.