A peer-reviewed forum for interdisciplinary studies in history of human and nature relations, using primarily historical methodologies, covering changes in the biological and physical environments, views of nature and what they say about a society, and political environmental history. The scope includes historical and archaeological studies and the history of ideas and medicine. The chronology is wide: a world perspective is taken.
Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by email to the publisher
Stefan Einarson or to the series editor Dr. Aleks Pluskowski (University of Reading, U.K.). For information on how to submit a book proposal, please consult the
Brill Author Guide.
Dr Aleks Pluskowski teaches the archaeology of later medieval Europe and crusading. His interests include exploring ecological diversity across medieval Europe, focused on zooarchaeology and inter-disciplinary perspectives of human-animal relations. He is the author of
Wolves and the Wilderness in the Middle Ages (Boydell, 2006) and has published several articles on responses to the wolf in the Middle Ages, as well as on the treatment of exotic animals, hunting space and broader understandings of predation in medieval society.