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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Writing Travel series publishes work in the new field of travel studies.
The series publishes . . .
- Editions of out-of-print travel books or previously unpublished travel memoirs
- English translations of important travel books in other languages
- Theoretical and historical treatments of ways in which travel and travel writing engage such questions as religion, nationalism/cosmopolitanism, and empire; gender and sexuality; race, ethnicity, and immigration; and the history of the book, print culture, and translation
- Biographies of significant travelers or groups of travelers (including but not limited to pilgrims, missionaries, anthropologists, tourists, explorers, immigrants)
- Critical studies of the works of significant travelers or groups of travelers
- Pedagogy of travel and travel literature and its place in curricula
- Original travel writing that explicitly engages its generic precedents or the historically complicated conditions of travel.
For complete submission guidelines, see
The Writing Travel series is presently not reviewing new work while we catch up with a high volume of submissions and books in production. Please watch this space for further updates.
Queries should be directed to Jeanne Moskal, Department of English, Campus Box 3520, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3520. Email inquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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