About this book series

This book series brings together analyses of familial and kin relationships with emerging and new technologies which allow for the creation, maintenance and expansion of family. We use the term “family” as a working truth with a wide range of meanings in an attempt to address the feelings of family belonging across all aspects of social location: ability, age, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexuality, gender identity, body size, social class and beyond. This book series aims to explore phenomena located at the intersection of technologies including those which allow for family creation, migration, communication, reunion and the family as a site of difference. The individual volumes in this series will offer insightful analyses of the representations of these phenomena in media, social media, literature, popular culture and corporeal settings.

This series is currently accepting proposals. To learn more, please follow this link: https://www.uni-muenster.de/Anglistik/Research/Amerikanistik/research/index.html
Electronic ISSN
2752-7360
Print ISSN
2752-7352
Series Editor
  • May Friedman,
  • Silvia Schultermandl

Book titles in this series