MUP Presents New Series on Colonial Australian Culture
This new series will provide a vital window into the ‘other country’ of Australia’s all-too-proximate past.
Melbourne University Press (MUP) will release two books each year in a Colonial Australian Culture series. The series will be a library of innovative, accessible, scholarly work on colonialism in Australia.
Each title will offer an account of a particular cultural field: from fashion, art, architecture, gardening and literature to Indigenous resistance and colonial frontiers.
Colonial Australian Culture titles will be short monographs of approximately 45,000 words.
This new library will provide a vital window into the ‘other country’ of Australia’s all-too-proximate past.
Ken Gelder and Rachael Weaver, University of Melbourne
Amanda Nettelbeck, Australian Catholic University
Jane Lydon, University of Western Australia
Rachel Standfield, University of Melbourne
Penny Edmonds, Flinders University
Authors should submit a short outline of their project, no more than two (single-spaced) pages, to either editor Ken Gelder (email@example.com) or Rachael Weaver (firstname.lastname@example.org).