Welcome to the Wayne State University Press virtual exhibit at AFS!
Wayne State University Press is a distinctive urban publisher committed to supporting its parent institution’s core research, teaching, and service mission by generating high quality scholarly and general interest works of global importance. We publish a variety of titles, including titles in fairy-tale studies and Jewish folklore studies.
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Meet the Authors!
Join Series Editor Anne Duggan and recent authors in the Series in Fairy-Tale Studies as they celebrate and answer questions about their new books while discussing the most exciting aspects of researching, writing, and publishing in fairy-tale studies today.
Wednesday, October 20, 7:00-8:00 pm EDT
The Donald Haase Series in Fairy-Tale Studies
Series Editor: Anne Duggan, Wayne State University
This book series is devoted to works that significantly advance our understanding of the fairy tale as it has taken shape across history and a broad range of media. The series illuminates both the production and reception of the fairy tale as it has appeared in print, film, modern media, the visual and performing arts, and other cultural forms. The series is named in honor of the many contributions of its founder and original editor, Donald Haase.
Advisory Editors: Cristina Bacchilega, University of Hawai`i, Mānoa; Stephen Benson, University of East Anglia; Nancy L. Canepa, Dartmouth College; Christine A. Jones, University of Maryland; Ulrich Marzolph, University of Göttingen; Carolina Fernández Rodríguez, University of Oviedo; Maria Tatar, Harvard University; Jack Zipes, University of Minnesota
Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology
Series Editor: Dan Ben-Amos, University of Pennsylvania
The Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore and Anthropology publishes books illuminating the diverse and culturally rich Jewish heritage. The series is named in honor of the many contributions of its founder and original editor, Raphael Patai.
Want to speak with an editor?
We welcome fresh approaches to fairy-tale studies and Jewish folklore studies, and we look forward to speaking with you about your work.
Make an appointment with Marie Sweetman, our acquisitions editor. You can also reach Marie by email at [email protected] at any time.
Want to speak with someone about special sales or course adoption?
Please reach out to our Order Fulfillment Manager Theresa Martinelli if you have questions about special sales, course adoption, ebooks, or anything else! We’d be happy to chat with you!