German and European Studies
The series showcases original monographs and collaborative research in German and European Studies, highlighting work in the scholarly fields that compose the Joint Initiative in German and European Studies: German Languages and Literatures, History, Political Science, and Sociology. The first books published in the series include monographs and collected volumes, including work undertaken in conjunction with JIGES. With a decided interdisciplinary focus, the series is currently taking up the challenge of rethinking research on Germany during an age of globalization, postcolonialism, and the "transnational turn." Recent submissions include work in the histories of gender and sexuality, film studies, transnational and diaspora studies, and environmental history, areas of exciting innovation in German and European Studies.
General Editor: Jennifer L. Jenkins, Department of History, University of Toronto