Call for Book Proposals: Monographs or Edited Volumes for our new Series in East Asian Studies
Vernon Press invites book proposals for edited volumes, co-authored books and single-author monographs on East Asian Studies, with an interdisciplinary outlook.
Generally described as the subregion in Asia comprised by North Korea, South Korea, Japan, China, Macao, Mongolia, Hong Kong, and China, East Asia has always fascinated the Western world. The history, culture, art, and literature—to name but a few—of this area have been consistently studied in academic circles for many generations, frequently in departments called East Asian Languages and Cultures (EALC). However, and in recent decades, new outlooks have emerged to study these aspects and many others related to East Asia, especially in the wake of Edward Said’s essential Orientalism (1978). The interest in this region and its study can also be observed by the increasing number of East Asian Studies programmes in universities all around the world.
This series will be of interest to scholars and students as well as independent researchers with an interest in East Asian studies from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Possible contributions include (but are not limited to):
- Literary interpretations of East Asian countries
- Cultural studies on the region
- East Asian American literary studies
- East Asian representation in media
- Rediscovering and rewriting East Asian history
- Forgotten East Asian women
- Sociological studies on the region
- East Asian archaeology
How to submit your proposal
Please submit a two-page monograph proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org including a summary, a short biographical note and (if applicable) a list of similar titles. Proposals that treat other topics of relevance to the series in East Asian Studies are also welcome. 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 30th 2023.
Page last updated on October 17th 2022. All information correct at the time, but subject to change.