Transnational Mennonite Studies
This interdisciplinary series presents the history and culture of Mennonites within a transnational context. It explores Mennonites as a global people, considering the worlds of both acculturated and traditional Mennonites across the Americas, in Europe, and around the world. Books in the series will address a diverse range of topics from religious practice, migration/mobility, environmental interaction, agriculture, gender, and development/relief work to issues of race, settler colonialism, and non-violence.
Series Editor: Aileen Friesen, Department of History and Centre for Transnational Mennonite Studies, University of Winnipeg