Writing Without Borders

Writing Without Borders exists to provide space for writing and thought which challenges the norms of academic discourse. Books in the series will touch on Multilingual Matters’ key themes – multilingualism, social justice and the benefits of diversity and dialogue – but need not focus entirely on them. Books should be short (20,000-40,000 words is ideal) and represent a departure in some way from what and how you would usually write a journal paper or book manuscript. They may contain experimental writing, new ways of thinking or creating knowledge, topics that are not generally addressed in academic writing, or something we haven’t thought of yet… The series is a place to explore, think, challenge and create. If you are not sure if your idea is ‘right’ for this series, please ask us.

Writers from the Global South will be particularly welcomed and sought out, as well as writers from marginalised communities and groups within the Global North. Writers from all academic disciplines are welcome, as are experts working in non-academic settings.

All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.

Proposals should be sent to Anna Roderick anna@multilingual-matters.com.

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Decolonising Multilingualism

Struggles to Decreate