Proposals may also be directed specifically toward the following series published by Broadview Press:
The Broadview Editions series is an effort to represent an ever-evolving canon of primary sources used in the disciplines of English and Philosophy. The series includes titles long regarded as classics, and also valuable, lesser-known works. Each edition is newly-edited, annotated, and includes an introduction, chronology, and bibliography. But what especially distinguishes the series is the addition of primary source documents contemporaneous with the work. These materials help demonstrate the context out of which the work emerged. Broadview Editions are newly typeset, and each volume is produced on high-quality paper in trade format. Our aim is to produce the finest editions for the student and the general reader; they are often highly valued by scholars as well. Please direct your inquiries about these editions to the editor responsible for the discipline in which you think your title will be most heavily used. A more detailed description of the goals of the series is available here.
This series is made up of a wide variety of titles of lasting interest. Encore Editions are distinguished from the Broadview Editions series in that the latter has a standard format, with each work being accompanied by background documents as well as an introduction, chronology, and so on. Encore Editions are more varied in format and in content. This series includes novels, academic monographs that have had a marked impact on their discipline, travel narratives, children’s literature, biography, and autobiography. In some instances, especially when there are notable illustrations, Encore Editions are facsimile reprints with original illustrations; some are newly typeset; some include extensive annotations as well as a substantial introduction. Please direct your inquiries about Encore Editions to the editor responsible for the discipline in which you think your title will be most heavily used.
Nineteenth-Century British Autobiographies
This series makes available significant but previously out-of-print nineteenth-century British autobiographies with particular emphasis on works by women and working-class writers. Some volumes closely duplicate the form of the original editions, with the addition of a new introduction and brief notes; others are newly typeset and include a fuller apparatus and appendices. Some of these volumes are cross-listed with the Broadview Editions series. The series editors for Nineteenth-Century British Autobiographies are Linda Peterson (Yale University) and Janice Carlisle (Tulane University).
Broadview Guides to Business and Professional Ethics
Editorial Board: Fritz Allhoff (Western Michigan University), Wesley Cragg (York University), Leonard Kahn (University of Calgary), Chris MacDonald (Ryerson University) and Deborah Poff (University of Northern British Columbia). The goal of the Broadview Guides to Business and Professional Ethics series is to publish short, cutting-edge texts on major issues in business ethics for undergraduate courses. Though books should be suitable for classroom use, this does not preclude original research that points towards possible new directions in the field. All proposals for the Broadview Guides to Business and Professional Ethics series should include a thorough discussion of competing books, and an explanation of how the project at hand differs from and/or improves on what is currently available. Authors should demonstrate facility with current research, for example, through publication in professional journals. Manuscripts should be between 35, 000 and 60, 000 words.