Author: Friederike Sundaram

When Geography, English, and Art Meet

Enchanting the Desert crosses a lot of boundaries, including those of discipline. Identified by the author as cultural geography, the project has now been reviewed by a professor of English (Audrey Goodman, Georgia State) in a venue for art and art history, CAA.Reviews. We encourage you to head on over to CAA.Reviews for the full

New Releases for Spring 2018

Our Spring 2018 catalogs recently arrived, and we are excited to announce three interactive scholarly works to be published in the upcoming season. They are, in order of publication:  Samuel Liebhaber, When Melodies Gather The Mahra people of the southern Arabian Peninsula have no written language but instead possess a rich oral tradition. Samuel Liebhaber

Call for expressions of interest: your novel idea of publication

Originally posted at the King’s Digital Lab blog by Arianna Ciula: Stanford University Press (SUP) and King’s Digital Lab (KDL, King’s College London) invite expressions of interest to propose ideas for a digital academic publication blending cutting-edge technology with very high quality scholarship. KDL and SUP wish to collaborate with interested researchers in developing a scholarly product that

FAQ: What does the acquisitions editor do?

As Acquisitions Editor, my role is to find valuable projects, review them, and guide authors in developing them to their final form. My core concerns in this process are scholarly merit and intellectual integrity. While we require projects to make a contribution to scholarship along the same lines as monographs, that is, advancing complex arguments,