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Call for Proposals

de Sitter is preparing to launch a new series of International Handbooks for the social sciences including new directions in:

African Studies
Criminology, Criminal Justice and Law
Development Studies
Education
Gender Studies
Indigenous Studies
Psychology and Psychiatry
Political Science
Sociology

We are also preparing a new line of social science books that focus on international, global, and transnational research. We publish both scholarly books and textbooks.

We welcome your book proposals. Our submission guidelines will help to start the review and publishing process promptly and effectively. Please send proposals to ishwaran@desitterpublications.com.

Our authors, reviewers, readers and business partners have come to expect our firm commitment to publishing to the highest international standards.

de Sitter takes every opportunity to distribute and provide maximum exposure to your work via mailings, conferences, exhibitions, electronic catalogs, and professional associations. We welcome your participation in promoting the book. We provide our authors with review copies, book flyers, business cards, and other resources that they can take with them to conferences and meetings. We coordinated marketing efforts with you to make your book a great success.

Below you will find some resources that will help us to successfully market your book.

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