Originating in the European Science Foundation project
The Transformation of the Roman World, this a peer-reviewed book series offers a forum for high-quality scholarly studies on the cultures, economies and societies of Europe (both west and east) and the Western Mediterranean in the period from the late Roman Empire to the eleventh century. The aims and scope are broad including work in archaeology, numismatics, palaeography, diplomatic, literature, onomastics, art history, linguistics and epigraphy, as well as more traditional historical approaches. Volumes include specialist monographs and syntheses, but also multi-authored contributions such as conference proceedings, and thematic issues, and occasionally source translations and edited texts. The preferred language is English though a prime aim is to bring forward high-calibre studies from Spain and Italy and make them accessible to the English-reading world.
Managing editor: Bonnie Effros (University of Liverpool)
Editorial board: Deborah Deliyannis (Indiana University), Edward James (University College Dublin), Eduardo Manzano (CCHS-CSIC Madrid), Walter Pohl (Austrian Academy of Sciences) and Andrea Sterk (University of Minnesota).