Book Series "America"
The [transcript] series America - Culture, History, Politics provides a framework for the publication of monographs and relevant, thematically focused anthologies in the history of America (including Latin America).
Special consideration is given to the cultural, social and political history of North America since the colonial period, the transatlantic relations, the history of the Afro-Americans and other minorities, immigration, ethnicity, religion and gender as well as cultural, historical and present-oriented questions of politics and society.
In addition, the series focuses on the inter-American relations and the role of North America in the global context.
Grzegorz Kosc, Clara Juncker, Sharon Monteith, Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson, eds. The Transatlantic Sixties. Europe and the United States in the Counterculture Decade. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2013.
Prof. Dr. Michael Hochgeschwender (LMU)
Prof. Dr. Christof Mauch (LMU)
Prof. Dr. Anke Ortlepp (University of Kassel)
Prof. Dr. Ursula Prutsch (LMU)
Prof. Dr. Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson (German Historical Institute Washington)
The editors welcome proposals and manuscripts (usually in German), which correspond to the thematic parameters of the series. They place great emphasis on readability and especially welcome authors whose work is methodologically reflected.
Precondition for inclusion of a manuscript in the series America - Culture, History, Politics is the submission of the completed questionnaire.
All inquiries and manuscripts should be sent to Christof Mauch firstname.lastname@example.org .