As part of our commitment to showcasing the best collections of academic research and writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing is delighted to be featuring another successful series this month.
Earlier this year, we announced the establishment of our specialist series team and the creation of a dedicated section on our website as part of our expansion of our series portfolio. We recognise the growing demand for leading-edge, peer-reviewed research amongst our author community, and are eager to develop and promote both new and existing series.
Post-intercultural Communication and Education is now a well-established series and will appeal to an international readership interested in new insights into interculturality, including practitioners (teachers/consultants), policy makers, scholars and advanced students. Edited by Fred Dervin, the series challenges previous ways of interpreting the ‘intercultural’, and encourages the exploration of new and creative research methods that move beyond methodological nationalism and imaginaries.
This series extends and revitalises scholarship on intercultural communication and education by publishing innovative, interdisciplinary and critical analyses of intercultural encounters. Its primary objective is to challenge concepts including differentialism, culturism and neocolonialism in research on the ‘intercultural’.
Series editor Fred Dervin explains why this series is breaking new ground in its explorations:
“I created the Post-Intercultural Communication and Education book series with Cambridge Scholars Publishing in 2012, in the hope of ‘shaking up’ the market. Many series are published on the ‘intercultural’ with many global publishers, but very few genuinely attempt to propose coherent and critical perspectives on such a central issue of our times. By breaking down the boundaries between the fields of education and communication, this book series aims to contribute to create fruitful and much needed dialogues between researchers in these fields.
|“The process of publishing a volume in the book series is straightforward. The book proposals are first reviewed by the series editorial committee, which is composed of world-class scholars. If approved, the authors work in close cooperation with me to make sure that the book meets the aims and excellence of the book series. Once the volume is ready, it is reviewed for final approval. Working with Cambridge Scholars has been a real privilege and six excellent volumes have already been published. Cambridge Scholars’ support has always been tremendous.”|
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is offering our readers a 50% discount on the titles in the Post-intercultural Communication and Education series. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code SERIES15 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 2nd August 2015
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