By publishing coherent research companion volumes with scholarly, analytical investigations of key themes and subjects from across the Byzantine world, from the 4th to the 15th centuries, this series offers broad and balanced accounts along with a synthesis of debate, reflections on the field, and considerations of future directions for research. The volumes present a detailed and academic introduction to each topic to advanced-level students, while also providing new insights, angles, and perspectives to scholars already well-versed in the field. Equipped with up-to-date bibliographies and offering cross-volume discussion of the most pertinent questions, each companion demonstrates a lively sense of current debates, and gives new impetus to future discourse.
Prospective editors of companion volumes are invited to contact the publisher at Brill,Dr Kate Hammond, to discuss their proposed project.
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