Series Published by GAIA
Most books published by GAIA are available in an innovative dual format: as free digital editions, which will allow the work to reach a broad international audience, and as reasonably priced paperbacks published by the University of California Press.
New Series: Comparative and Transnational Governance
Editors: Christopher Ansell and Mark Bevir
Comparative and Transnational Governance publishes a wide range of scholarship related to new forms of governance that span jurisdictions, link people across levels of government, and mobilize a variety of stakeholders. It emphasizes research governing experiments that are international and transnational in scope, extending across the developed and developing worlds and the global commons. To read the series description, click here.
The Berkeley Series in British Studies
Editors: Mark Bevir and James Vernon
The Berkeley Series in British Studies aims to contribute to the renewal of British studies across a range of disciplines, emphasizing culture, ideology, empire, and transnationality. To read the series announcement, click here.
The Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies
Editors: Yung Sik Kim and John Lie
Advisory board: Cho Eun-su, Carter J. Eckert, Henry Em, Roger L. Janelli, JaHyun Kim Haboush, Nam-lin Hur
The Seoul-California Series in Korean Studies is a collaboration between International and Area Studies, University of California, Berkeley, and the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, Seoul National University. To read the series announcement, click here.