Series Description

Welcome to Inter/Connexions Press

Inter/Connexions Press encourages books which provide exemplars for interdisciplinary publishing. We’re not interested in ‘just’ publishing books; our passion is for letting ideas flow, blurring boundaries and creating bridges – bridges connecting disciplines, professions, practices and perspectives. 

Our mission? To foster collaboration, ignite imagination and inspire innovation.

Our Approach: Collaborative Volumes and Dialogical Models

Collaborative Volumes: Our books are born from interdisciplinary research and lively conversations. We bring together experts from diverse fields – academics, professionals, practitioners, NGOs, voluntary sector workers – to contribute to and co-author or edit collections. These volumes are more than the sum of their parts; they’re collaborative projects creating rich and unique contexts for further conversations, discussions and research.

Dialogical Models: our books are vibrant conversations. Chapters interact with one another, sparking intellectual innovation. It’s not simply about what’s written; it’s about how the pieces dance together. Dialogue matters – it is where interdisciplinary magic happens.
Stepping Stones
Books, like stepping stones, emerge within the flowing river of knowledge. Each one serves a purpose, a momentary pause. But they are always looking beyond themselves, invitations to be on the way to somewhere else. Our publications aren’t isolated islands; they’re currents carrying you forward.
Dynamic Knowledge: Understanding, through shared learning, evolves. Our books capture that dynamism. They’re snapshots of curiosity, sparks that ignite new interests. As you step from one book to the next, you’re part of an ongoing conversation—a river of ideas.
Issues and Questions: Our books blend cognate topics—related but distinct. They invite you to explore connections and contradictions. And between the lines, they whisper: “What if?” They nudge you toward uncharted territories.
So dive in. Let our books be your stepping stones. Cross the river, explore the currents, and let curiosity guide you. Inter/Connexions believes knowledge isn’t static—it’s a journey we share together.

Series Lead Editors

Marie Josephine Bennett

Marie Josephine Bennett completed her doctoral thesis, which focused on critical readings of queer performance in mainstream Hollywood film musicals released between 1970 and 1980, at the University of Winchester. Her other major areas of interest are music in film, popular music of the 1960s-1980s and the Eurovision Song Contest. Marie is an active music teacher, musician and researcher.

Barbara Gabriella Renzi

Barbara G. Renzi holds two PhDs, one in Philosophy and Cognitive Studies and the other in the area of Educational Psychology.

She is a clinical psychologist, philosopher, CBT therapist, and integrative counselor. Currently, Barbara serves as a lecturer at the Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) and collaborates with the University of Trier and Sigmund Freud University in Vienna.

Her work integrates cognitive and educational psychology, providing a holistic approach to mental health and education. As a CBT therapist and integrative counselor, she employs a range of therapeutic techniques to support individuals in overcoming mental health challenges and achieving personal growth.

Our Editorial Team

Shirin Abbas is an Academician, Consultant and Researcher with 35 years + experience in mainstream media, academics and research. She is a triple M.A and PhD in Mass Communication ( Social and Behavioural Change Communication) Her focus areas and expertise are Communication and Media, Women and Gender Studies.

Shirin Abbas

I am a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer, licenced in South Africa.My professional interests include a focus on Depth and Archetypal psychotherapy, transference, counter transference and the intersubjective field in psychotherapy, training of young psychologists, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. 

Stephanie Terre Blanche

June Jordaan is an Architect and Senior Lecturer in Architecture from Cape Town, South Africa. Her research interests include Space and Place, Places of Female Persecution and Witchcraft, Phenomenology, and more recently, Architectural Aesthetics related to Liminality.

June Jordaan

Dr Petra Rehling is a German independent scholar, sinologist, freelance journalist and artist. Her publications include a book on Hong Kong cinema and articles on science fiction, fantasy, wuxia and cyberculture.

Petra Ling

Rossitsa Terzieva-Artemis is Professor of Literature in the Department of Languages and Literature at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. She works in the fields of modern English and Anglophone literatures, continental philosophy, and cultural studies. Rossie holds an MA in English Language.

Rossitsa Terzieva-Artemis

Publications Advisory Board

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Books in the Series

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