Global Epistemics book series launched with Rowman & Littlefield International

gloknos and publisher Rowman & Littlefield International (RLI) have launched a new, transdisciplinary book series on Global Epistemics, founded and edited by gloknos's founding director Inanna Hamati-Ataya, with RLI's Isobel Cowper-Coles as its commissioning editor.

The Global Epistemics book series is an important milestone for the ARTEFACT project, one of whose objectives is to develop interdisciplinary research on global knowledge studies. As gloknos's core academic dissemination arm, the series will foster, support, and promote empirically grounded and theoretically ambitious work that draws on advances across disciplines and speaks to audiences across and beyond disciplinary boundaries.

The series will be integrated into gloknos's research and dissemination structures, and will be managed by gloknos's core research team with the guidance of a substantial and multidisciplinary Editorial Review Board including world-leading experts in their academic fields and in the global organisation and circulation of knowledge.

Full information on the series, editorial team, and submission process can be found on our and on RLI's websites -- see sidebar links. The series will be officially launched at CRASSH in Cambridge this Autumn, with a symposium on knowledge and interdisciplinarity.


Image: Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat, Simon de Myle (1570). Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.