Studies in Folklore and Ethnology is published by Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman and Littlefield. Books in this series highlight cultural traditions around the world and the persons and communities that enact them. Including monographs and edited collections, the series emphasizes studies of living folk practices, artists, settings, and groups toward a broad understanding of the dynamics of tradition and identity in the modern world. I edit the series with Elo-Hanna Seljammaa of the University of Tartu, Estonia. Proposals for volumes can be sent to me. Click here for more information.
The Material Worlds Series published by the University Press of Kentucky features books on American material culture. Send proposals to me. Click here for more information.
Oxford Handbook of American Folklore and Folklife Studies is available online (usually through institutional access) and will be published in print as a single large volume (43 chapters, over 1000 pages) in 2019.
The Jewish Cultural Studies Series published by Liverpool University Press features volumes of essays on themes such as “Jews at Home” and “Re-visioning Ritual.” For more information, click here.
Pennsylvania Germans: An Interpretive Encyclopedia. Formerly editor of the Pennsylvania German History and Culture Series for Penn State Press and the Pennsylvania German Society (2000-2009), I co-edited with Joshua R. Brown an encyclopedic guide to Pennsylvania German Studies for Johns Hopkins University Press that was published in 2017.
Youth Cultures in America in two volumes was published by Greenwood/ABC-CLIO in 2016. I co-edited it with Dr. Cindy Dell Clark of Rutgers University. For more information, click here.
I edited the Encyclopedia of American Studies Online for Johns Hopkins University Press and the American Studies Association from 2011 to 2016. Inquiries should now be sent to Professor Sharon P. Holland.
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