Studies in the History of Political Thought provides a forum for monographs on the history of Western political thought from antiquity to the present. While exclusively focused on the historical study of political ideas, the series does not intend to promote a specific approach, but will rather represent a broad and varied methodological spectrum, ranging from traditional history of political ideas to the history of political concepts, the “new history of political thought,” and comparative and transnational studies of political thought. The series is primarily intended for the publication of research monographs, but it will also occasionally publish editions of important source material and coherent volumes of conference proceedings.
Edited by Annelien de Dijn,
University of Amsterdam
Advisory Board Janet Coleman,
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Vittor Ivo Comparato,
University of Perugia, Italy Jacques Guilhaumou,
CNRS, France John Marshall,
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA Markku Peltonen,
University of Helsinki, Finland
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.