Byzantina Australiensia is a refereed academic series established by the Australasian Society for Byzantine Studies in 1981 and is dedicated to increasing knowledge of the eastern Roman world, its material and literary cultures, its religious practices, its sources or their reception. We have gained a reputation for publishing excellent and accessible translations and editions of medieval Greek texts with commentaries. We are particularly interested in new approaches to the corpus that embrace recent theoretical developments in Byzantine studies.
The series also welcomes conference volumes focused on themes relevant to eastern Roman empire from the fourth to fifteenth centuries. A new focus for the series is high-quality monographs by early career researchers or established scholars from any country. All relevant subjects in Byzantine Studies that meet the criteria of the series will be considered.
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Amelia Brown, University of Queensland
Danijel Dzino, Macquarie University
Sarah Gador-Whyte, Australian Catholic University
Mark Masterson, Victoria University
Meaghan McEvoy, Australian National University
Andrew Mellas, University of Sydney
Bronwen Neil, Macquarie University
Ryan Strickler, Newcastle University
Janet Wade, Macquarie University