Studies in the History of Political Thought

Series Editors:
Annelien De Dijn
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Hilde De Weerdt
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The books in this series cover topics in the history of political thought from antiquity to the present. They focus on intellectual traditions in and across all continents, thus showcasing the broad geographical range of current scholarship in the history of political thought. The editors seek to publish work adopting a variety of methodological approaches, including contextualist readings of individual authors, the longue durée history of political concepts, and comparative and cross-cultural studies of political ideas. The series is primarily intended for the publication of research monographs, but it will also occasionally publish coherent volumes of conference proceedings.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the publisher at BRILL, Alessandra Giliberto.

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Series Editors
Annelien de Dijn, University of Utrecht
Hilde De Weerdt, KU Leuven

Editorial Board
Song Jaeyoon, McMaster University
Leigh Jenco, London School of Economics
Shruti Kapila, Cambridge University
Emma Hunter, Edinburgh University
Lisa Indracollo, Tallinn University
Gabe Paquette, University of Oregon
Dawid Rogacz, Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan<
Georgios Varouxakis, Queen Mary, University of London
Konstantina Zanou, Columbia University
Kim Youngmin, Seoul National University
Ge Zhaoguang, Fudan University Shanghai
This series is primarily aimed at a broad academic audience in the humanities and the social sciences, including historians, political scientists and philosophers, and at academic libraries.
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