Call for Proposals
Harrington Series on Introductory LGBTQ/Queer Studies
This is a new textbook series devoted to the wide range of diversities in sexual orientation and gender identity, including but not limited to LGBT, questioning, queer, intersex, asexual, MSM, WSW, and all allies, friends, and families.
Each textbook in this series will be developed to focus on broadly taught courses in LGBTQ studies/queer studies in the United States and Canada, and may also appeal to instructors in other major Anglophone countries (United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa).
We would like to hear from faculty members who currently teach or plan to teach the “intro” course in this area at the college undergraduate level, and also course/program/certificate administrators.
If you currently teach, or plan to teach, a general introductory course you are invited to send an email with a link to your bio/program, and if possible a copy of your syllabus, to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All publications from Harrington Park Press are vetted by established professionals with backgrounds in commercial and university press academic/scholarly and professional publishing.
Our titles are distributed internationally to the library, institutional, and retail book markets by Columbia University Press.
Harrington Park Press is dedicated to publishing contemporary, research-based textbooks for introductory and advanced LGBTQ courses, as well as handbooks for those who work with LGBTQ populations or communities.
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Editorial policy, planning, and peer review are conducted with the much-appreciated assistance of leading academics who are members of our multidisciplinary Editorial Advisory Board.