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Transnational Girlhoods

Series Editors:
Claudia Mitchell (McGill University, Canada)
Ann Smith (McGill University, Canada)
Heather Switzer (Arizona State University, US)

International Advisory Panel:
Sandrina deFinney (University of Victoria, Canada)
Olga Zdravomyslova (Gorbachev Foundation, Russia)
Relebohile Moletsane (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
Fiona Vera-Gray (Durham University, UK)

Girlhood Studies has emerged over the last decade as a strong area of interdisciplinary research and activism, encompassing studies of feminism, women and gender, and childhood and youth and extending into such areas as sociology, anthropology, development studies, children’s literature, and cultural studies. As the first book series to focus specifically on this exciting field, Transnational Girlhoods will help to advance the research and activism agenda by publishing full-length monographs and edited collections that reflect a robust interdisciplinary and global perspective. International in scope, the series will draw on a vibrant network of girlhood scholars already active across North America, Europe, Russia, Oceania, and Africa, while forging connections with new activist and scholarly communities.

Transnational Girlhoods is now accepting submissions. Please direct all queries and proposals to Claudia Mitchell, (The proposal form can be downloaded from here.)

Download series flyer here:
Transnational Girlhooda


Library Recommendation Form

Dear Librarian,

I would like to recommend the book series Transnational Girlhoods for the library. Please include it in your next purchasing review with my strong recommendation.

I recommend this series for the following reasons:

BENEFIT FOR THE LIBRARY: This series will be a valuable addition to the library's collection.

REFERENCE: I will refer to this series for my research/teaching work.

STUDENT REFERRAL: I will regularly refer my students to the series to assist their studies.

OWN AFFILIATION: I am an editor/contributor to a book in the Series and/or on the Editorial Board of the Series.