New Brepols Book Series – East Central Europe, 476-1795 and beyond

This series from Brepols publishes interdisciplinary scholarship on the history of East Central Europe. It aims to contribute to a broader understanding of the social, economic, and political culture of the region as an integral part of Europe and a significant contributor to the human story worldwide. In so doing, this series challenges the application of the concepts of periphery and frontier. It centres East Central Europe, seeking to question common perceptions of cultural transmission and to integrate East Central European history into the world history globally.

This series warmly welcomes volume proposals for both monographs and thematically coherent essay collections. Main language accepted: English.

Publishing Manager:
Guy Carney

General Editor:
Darius von Güttner-Sporzyński, Melbourne

Assistant Editors:
Magdalena Biniaś-Szkopek, Poznań
Matthew Firth, Flinders
Robert Tomczak, Poznań

Editorial Board:
Dániel Bagi, Pécs
Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski, London
Józef Dobosz, Poznań
Emilia Jamroziak, Leeds
Adrian Jones, La Trobe
David Kalhous, Brno
Krzysztof Skwierczyński, Warsaw

Brepols Publishers’ general guidelines in English and a proposal form for authors and editors are available here.