Jernej Habjan has co-edited, with Fabienne Imlinger, Globalizing Literary Genres, a volume published by Routledge and featuring essays by Alexander Beecroft, Grant Farred, Suman Gupta, Robert Stockhammer, Richard Wilson, and others.
Françoise Lavocat has edited Interprétation littéraire et sciences cognitives, a collective volume devoted to the encounter between literary studies and cognitive science. Published by Hermann, the book brings contributions by Ziva Ben Porat, Guillemette Bolens, Terence Cave, Mary Crane, Alexandre Gefen, Jérôme Pelletier, and the editor.
Robert J. C. Young has written Empire, Colony, Postcolony. The book, published by Wiley-Blackwell, provides an exposition of the historical, political and ideological dimensions of colonialism, imperialism, and postcolonialism, with explanations of these categories, which relate their histories to contemporary political issues.
Monika Schmitz-Emans has co-edited, with Christian A. Bachmann and Laura Emans, Bewegungsbücher: Spielformen, Poetiken, Konstellationen. Published by Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, the collective volume is devoted to the phenomena of pop-up and movable books.
Yvonne H. Howell has edited Red Star Tales: A Century of Russian and Soviet Science Fiction, a volume that brings together 18 science-fiction works from the 1890s to the 1990s, translated into English for the first time. The collection was published in November 2015 by Russian Life Books.
Novel beyond Nation, a special issue of CRCL/RCLC edited by Jernej Habjan, is available at Project MUSE, with the print version forthcoming in a few weeks. Contributors include Nancy Armstrong with Leonard Tennenhouse, Alexander Beecroft, Suman Gupta, Caren Irr, former Committee member Marko Juvan, Emilio Sauri and Hrvoje Tutek.