Calls for Book Proposals – Monographs or Edited Volumes on Landscapes of Transnationality

Vernon Press invites book or chapter proposals on landscapes of transnationality.

Periods of increased global interconnectedness and interdependency have been a regular feature of human history but the speed of recent developments - and the advances in transportation and technology that make them possible - is unprecedented. The concept of transnationalism reflects this change, referring to the ways by which actors forge connections between localities across national borders, and the new modes of politics, economics and culture associated with them. Of course, processes of interconnectedness present both opportunities and challenges – for example, the circulation of people and ideas can be perceived as increasing mutual understanding but also as a threat to personal and group identities.

All proposals focused on exploring the complexities of transnational landscapes from any academic discipline (or from an interdisciplinary perspective), are encouraged to be submitted.

Possible contributions include:

  • Transnational urbanism
  • Global media and local identities
  • Global feminisms
  • Spaces of migrant belonging
  • Transmigrant culture and literary production
  • The art of the affective transnational landscape
  • Political ecologies of globalisation
  • The class identities of post-nationalism
  • Discursive networks of religion

How to submit your proposal

Please submit monograph proposals (approx. two pages) to including a summary, a short biographical note and (if applicable) a list of similar titles using this form: Proposal form. More information on what we look for in a proposal is available on our website.

About the publisher

Vernon Press is an independent publisher of scholarly books in the social sciences and humanities. We work closely with authors, academic associations, distributors, and library information specialists to identify and develop high quality, high impact titles.


This proposal is due on May 15th 2024.

Page last updated on December 20th 2023. All information correct at the time, but subject to change.