Sanctity in Global Perspective
George Ferzoco, University of Calgary and University of Toronto, CA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alison Frazier, University of Texas at Austin, USA (email@example.com)
Phyllis Granoff, Yale University, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Richard McGregor, Vanderbilt University , USA (email@example.com)
Barbara Zimbalist, University of Texas at El Paso (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published under the aegis of The Hagiography Society, this series is dedicated to exploring the concept of sanctity in ideational, literary, artistic, and sociohistorical dimensions. ‘Sanctity in Global Perspective’ publishes monographs and edited volumes that illuminate the lives of saintly figures, the communities dedicated to those figures, and the material evidence of their cults. Our aim is to foster critical scholarship that offers novel conceptualizations and the possibility of crosspollination of ideas across traditions, geographical regions, and academic disciplines. The series is open to all areas of scholarship, without restriction as to religious traditions or time periods.
Proposals should take the form of either
1) a preliminary letter of inquiry, briefly describing the project; or
2) a formal prospectus including: abstract; brief statement of critical methodology, table of contents; sample chapter; estimate of length; estimate of the number and type of illustrations to be included; a c.v.
Please email your letter or proposal to the series editors (above) and the Taylor & Francis contact: Joshua Wells at Joshua.Wells@tandf.co.uk
Books in the Sanctity in Global Perspectives Series
Massimo A. Rondolino, Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Hagiographical Strategies: A Comparative Study of the Standard Lives of St. Francis and Milarepa, 2017. *Winner of the 2018 Frederick Streng Book Award for excellence in Buddhist-Christian Studies*