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Humanities, Literature and Arts

The Humanities, Literature and Arts programme is diversely comprehensive, encompassing a wide range of disciplines and offering rigourous scholarship on various subject areas. Titles provide highly challenging and original interdisciplinary research directed towards scholars, students and engaged readers. Click here to browse titles.

Series

Anthem Advances in African Cultural Studies

Anthem Africana Studies

Anthem American Reception Studies

Anthem Atlantic World Studies

Anthem Brazilian Studies

Anthem Global Media and Communication Studies

Anthem Historical Dictionaries of Cities

Anthem Intercultural Transfer Studies

Anthem Medieval Studies Series

Anthem Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World, Iran and Turkey

Anthem Nineteenth-Century Series

Anthem Publishing Studies

Anthem Scholarship in the Digital Age

Anthem Series on Exploitation and Industry in World Cinema

Anthem Series on Television Studies

Anthem Series on Thresholds and Transformations

Anthem Studies in Australian Literature and Culture

Anthem Studies in Bibliotherapy and Well-Being

Anthem Studies in Book History, Publishing and Print Culture

Anthem Studies in British History

Anthem Studies in Emerging Media and Society

Anthem Studies in Fashion, Dress and Visual Cultures

Anthem Studies in Global English Literatures

Anthem Studies in Gothic Literature

Anthem Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture

Anthem Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture

Anthem Studies in Soft Power and Public Diplomacy

Anthem Studies in South Asian Literature, Aesthetics and Culture

Anthem Studies in Theatre and Performance

Anthem Studies in Travel

Anthem Studies in Wittgenstein

Anthem World Epic and Romance

Gender and Culture in the Romantic Era, 1780–1830

New Perspectives on World Cinema

The Circulation of Ideas in Text and Print Media, 1300–1900

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