Bulletin of Latin American Research
© Society for Latin American Studies
Edited By: Jasmine Gideon, Geoffrey Kantaris, Tony Kapcia, Lucy Taylor, Ann Varley and Matthew Brown
Impact Factor: 0.273
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 45/65 (Area Studies)
Online ISSN: 1470-9856
BLAR Book Series
The Bulletin of Latin American Research Book Series is published in collaboration with the Society for Latin American Studies, edited by the academic team of the Bulletin.
This series publishes research monographs and edited collections that complement the wide scope of the Bulletin itself. We welcome outlines or high quality manuscripts, whether single authored, jointly authored or edited, and have a articular interest in publishing innovative, interdisciplinary work.
Guidelines for submitting
If you are thinking of submitting a proposal, please include the following:
Overview: outlining your rationale for the book, the central argument and how you see the book making a contribution not just within your own particular area of work, but also more generally to the field. For edited collections, the overview should also indicate whether all contributors have agreed to write their chapter.
Summary of contents: an outline of the book's structure and content, with a two-paragraph summary of each chapter and the introduction and conclusion. A draft introduction and two sample chapters should be submitted in full wherever possible. For edited collections, the summary should also include the names and affiliations of all chapter authors. Please note that book manuscripts should be no longer than 80,000 words including contents lists, references and other peripheral text. The proposal should also confirm the expected length of the manuscript as aswell as the number and type of illustrations to be included.
Where to send your proposals
Please send your proposal as an email attachment in Word to Ken Lestrange, Editorial Assistant, email: email@example.com
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