Philosophy, Literary Theory, and Music & Sound Studies
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Robin James is Editor for Philosophy, Literary Theory, and Music & Sound Studies. She acquires monographs, edited collections, handbooks, Palgrave Pivots, open access titles, textbooks, and videos in a range of subfields across those disciplines. Her list focuses on social and political philosophy, continental philosophy (both contemporary continental and the history of continental philosophy), critical theory, pop culture, African-American and Africana philosophy, American philosophy (including but not limited to pragmatism), Latinx and Latin American philosophy, literary theory, and on music studies (musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, popular music studies), sound studies, and interpersonal communication. As a former academic, author of four scholarly books, and co-editor of The Journal of Popular Music Studies, Robin is uniquely equipped to serve her authors because she’s been in their shoes.