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Ritual, Celebration, and Festival

Announcing a new book series:

Ritual, Celebration, and Festival

Jack Santino, series editor, and Utah State University Press announce a series of books on ritual, festival, and celebration, including holidays, carnivals, and public or social events such as political demonstrations and death commemorations. The editor and publisher solicit submissions from various disciplines, including anthropology, folklore, history, and religious studies, as well as scholars in American studies, cultural studies, ethnomusicology, performance studies, and popular culture. The series will comprise analytical and theoretical works, of 120,000 words or less, that are based on ethnographic and/or documentary research and directed at scholars, students, and educated general readers.

Interested authors should send a prospectus, including a synopsis, an outline or table of contents, one or two sample chapters (such as an introduction), and a CV to jsantino@bgsu.edu or to Jack Santino, Bowling Green State University, Department of Popular Culture, 105 Popular Culture Building, Bowling Green, OH 43403-1090.

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