Book Series: Information Technology and Global Governance

Dr. Derrick L. Cogburn is the editor of the Information Technology and Global Governance book series.

Proposal Guidelines for Authors (Word Doc)

Author Submission Guidelines (Palgrave Site)

The series focuses on the complex interrelationships between the social, political, and economic processes of global governance that occur at national, regional, and international levels. These processes are all influenced by the rapid and ongoing developments in information and communication technologies (ICTs). These new developments in ICTs create opportunities and mechanisms for participation in global governance and influence how they are studied. The series encourages original scholarship on both the global governance of ICTs (from the narrow issues of global Internet governance to the broader issues of global governance of the Information Society), as well as the uses of ICTs in the service of global governance in a wide range of substantive areas.uses of ICTs in the service of global governance in a wide range of sectors.

Third World Citizens and the Information Technology Revolution, written by Nivien Saleh and released in November 2010, is the first book of the series.

Palgrave Macmillan expects to publish three to four titles per year in this series. Dr. Cogburn invites inquiries from authors and editors about their current projects.

For new proposals, please contact:

Series Editor

Dr. Derrick L. Cogburn
Associate Professor of International Relations
International Communication Program
School of International Service, American University
245 SIS Building
Washington, DC 20016

or contact

Brian O'Conner
Palgrave Macmillan
175 5th Avenue, Suite 200
New York, NY 10010


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Announcement: In Fall of 2012, Palgrave Macmillan launched Palgrave Pivot. This new imprint offers authors the flexibility of publishing at lengths between the journal article and the traditional monograph. Palgrave Pivot will be available as digital collections for libraries, including via Palgrave Connect, individual ebooks for personal use, and as digitally-produced print editions. Click here for more information.