Anthem Global Media and Communication Studies aims to advance the understandings of the continuously changing global media and communication environment. The series publishes critical scholarly studies and high-quality edited volumes on key issues and debates in the field (as well as the occasional trade book and the more practical ‘how-to’ guide) on all aspects of media, culture and communication studies. We invite work that examines not only recent phenomena in this field but also studies which theorize the continuities between different technologies, topics, eras and methodologies. Saliently, building on the interdisciplinary strengths of this field, we particularly welcome cutting edge research in and at the intersection of communication and media studies, anthropology, cultural studies, sociology, telecommunications, public policy, migration and diasporic studies, gender studies, transnational politics and international relations.

Editorial Board
Aaron Barlow – New York City College of Technology, USA
David Buckingham – Loughborough University, UK
John Downey – Loughborough University, UK
Jacqui Ewart – Griffith University, Australia
Bob Franklin – Cardiff University, UK
Radhika Gajjala – Bowling Green State University, USA
Fadi Hirzalla – University of Rotterdam, Netherlands
Koichi Iwabuchi – Monash University, Australia
Mary Celeste Kearney – University of Notre Dame, USA
Jack Lule – Lehigh University, USA
Karen Lury – University of Glasgow, UK
Purnima Mankekar – University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Linje Manyozo – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia
Dina Matar – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), UK
Donald Matheson – University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Britta Ohm – International Institute for Asian Studies
Rita Rahoi-Gilchrest – Winona University, USA
Arvind Rajagopal – New York University, USA
Erik Ringmar – Lund University, Sweden
Thomas Tufte – University of Loughborough, UK
Silvio Waisbord – George Washington University, USA

We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works from emerging and established scholars that meet the criteria of our series. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published in print and e-book editions and are subject to peer review by recognized authorities in the field. Should you wish to send in a proposal for a monograph (mid-length and full-length), edited collection or course book, please contact us at:

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