State University of New York SUNY – CAIS Book Series

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The Centre for Advanced International Studies (CAIS) is proud to announce that it has agreed a book series with the State University of New York Press. The SUNY-CAIS series in “Global Connections” will host contributions around the strategic priorities of the School of International Studies on the nature of global change in past and present. In locating the transformative nature of connections in the global and tying these globalisms back to the local, the book series will cater for an increasing interest in the change across long distances. Thus, the Centre implements the mission of International Studies as an effective research-driven school that will enhance the research and visibility of the school in collaboration with world-leading experts from around the world.


Series Editors:

  • Professor Emilian Kavalski (Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland)
  • Dr David Kiwuwa (University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
  • Dr Christian Mueller, FRHistS (University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
  • Dr Maria-Julia Trombetta (University of Nottingham Ningbo China)

Planned Volumes:

  • Vol. 1: David E. Kiwuwa (Ed.), Chinese Infrastructural Development in the Global South.
  • Vol. 2: Emilian Kavalski et al. (Eds.), Parallel Connectivity in Afro-Eurasia.
  • Vol. 3: Maria-Julia Trombetta et al. (Eds.), Rearticulating space in the post-Covid-19 era
  • Vol. 4: N.N.
  • Vol. 5: Christian Mueller, Global Visions of Empire – The German expeditions to the Far East and the social construction of Asia in Europe, 1848-1890 (Research Monograph).