Discourse, Power and Society | Rowman & Littlefield
Discourse, Power and Society
The Discourse, Power and Society series publishes edited collections, monographs and textbooks which problematize the relationship of discourse to inequality, exclusion, subjugation, dominance and privilege. In doing so, the linkages between discourse, modes of social organisation, lived experience and strategies of resistance will be addressed. Discourse is understood as both an expression and a mechanism of power, by which means particular social realities are conceived, made manifest, legitimated, naturalized, challenged, resisted and reimagined.

Editor(s): Martin J. Power, Amanda Haynes, Eoin Devereux and Aileen Dillane
Staff editorial contact: Ryan Dradzynski (rDradzynski@rowman.com)