: Till Dembeck, Georg Mein, Johannes Pause, Christoph Purschke
: The book series "The Ends of the Humanities" assembles contributions that demonstrate how the work of the humanities brings about new approaches to the analysis and sustainable development of cultural practices. Contributions to this series will develop new empirical perspectives on current global issues and advance the borders of disciplinary self-reflection through theoretical accounts of scholarly work and the epistemological foundations of the humanities. They will engage with the complex dynamics of culture and with new forms of cultural engineering which evolve, for example, with digitization and the rise of artificial intelligence.
: The concept of each book is reviewed by the series editors in advance. Finished monographs are also evaluated by the series editors. The review of individual contributions to collected volumes is organized by the editors of these publications. In principle, any model from editor review to double-blind peer review is possible here, as long as it is guaranteed that every contribution is assessed. Since the series usually publishes interdisciplinary anthologies, it is the responsibility of the book editors to involve competent experts from all relevant disciplines in the review process. Contributions or monographs that do not meet the quality standards of the respective editors may be returned for revision or rejected.
: Book proposals and manuscripts that are within the scope of the series can be submitted at any time to:
johannes [dot] pause [at] uni [dot] lu
. Submissions should comply with Melusina's template and guidelines (Link