Exeter’s Perspectives on Language and Identity series aims to provide researchers from a range of disciplines with a central hub through which to advance knowledge and interrogate different aspects of identity and language in the twenty-first century.
The series will draw together different research paradigms and contrasting perspectives on identity and language. Topics covered by the series include, but are not limited to, identity construction, collectivism and individualism, changing attitudes to marginalised identities and realisation of identity in specific temporospatial and sociocultural contexts. The editors invite proposals from scholars at all career stages and are also open to proposals for edited volumes.
To discuss your book proposal, please contact the series editors:
Laura L. Paterson, Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and English Language, The Open University, UK (email@example.com)
Prithvi Shrestha, Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and English Language, The Open University, UK (firstname.lastname@example.org)