This series publishes outstanding, original research on all aspects of the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages, c. 400-1500. Taking a broad and inclusive approach, it welcomes all methodological and disciplinary angles, including archaeology, art history and material culture, history, literature and cultural studies, and religious studies. Interdisciplinary research and comparative or cross-cultural studies are also warmly welcomed.
The series publishes monographs, edited volumes, and source editions and translations. By taking a holistic approach to the medieval Mediterranean, it emphasises the diversity and vibrancy of historical experiences in this multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-connected region. The vast majority of books are in English, but works of outstanding quality in French and German are also considered.
The series has a generous allowance for full colour images for every book, and can also publish larger-sized books for topics which require it.
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Frances Andrews, University of St Andrews
Corisande Fenwick, University College London
Paul Magdalino, University of St Andrews
Maria G. Parani, University of Cyprus
Larry J. Simon, Western Michigan University
Daniel Lord Smail, Harvard University
Jo Van Steenbergen, Ghent University
David Abulafia, Cambridge
Benjamin Arbel, Tel Aviv
Hugh Kennedy, SOAS, London