Series

Boydell Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture

Series editors: Julian Luxford & Asa Simon Mittman

This exciting new series aims to provide the leading forum for debate on all aspects of the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. We welcome volumes covering all media and periods, and both traditional and more theoretical approaches. They will be produced to the highest possible standards.

Proposals or queries should be sent in the first instance to the editors or to the publisher, at the addresses given below; all submissions will receive prompt and informed consideration by experts in the field, and completed material will be subject to rigorous peer-review.
Download the Call for Manuscripts here.

See our book list here.

Prof. Asa Simon Mittman, Department of Art & Art History, California State University, Chico, Chico, CA 95929-0820, USA, asmittman@mail.csuchico.edu

Dr. Julian Luxford, School of Art History, University of St Andrews, 79 North Street, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9AL, United Kingdom, jml5@st-andrews.ac.uk

Caroline Palmer, Editorial Director, Boydell & Brewer, PO Box 9, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 3DF, United Kingdom, cpalmer@boydell.co.uk

Images: Julian Luxford, Stanford University Libraries, Asa Mittman (2)

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Brill Press: Maps, Spaces, Cultures

Series editors: Surekha Davies & Asa Simon Mittman

This innovative series seeks monographs and essay collections that investigate how notions of space, geography, and mapping shaped medieval and early modern cultures. While the history of cartography has traditionally focused on internal developments in European mapping conventions and technologies, pre-modern scribes, illuminators, and printers of maps tended to work in multiple genres. Spatial thinking informed and was informed by multiple epistemologies and perceptions of the order of nature. Maps, Spaces, Cultures  therefore integrates the study of cartography and geography within cultural history. It puts genres that reflected and constituted spatial thinking into dialogue with the cultures that produced and consumed them, as well as with those they represented.

The editors welcome submissions from scholars of the histories of art, material culture, colonialism, exploration, ethnography (including that of peoples described as monsters), encounters, literature, philosophy, religion, science and knowledge, as well as of the history of cartography and related disciplines. They encourage interdisciplinary submissions that cross traditional historical, geographical, or methodological boundaries, that include works from outside Western Europe and outside the Christian tradition, and that develop new analytical approaches to pre-modern spatial thinking, cartography, and the geographical imagination

Download the Call for Manuscripts here.

Prof. Asa Simon Mittman, Department of Art & Art History, California State University, Chico, Chico, CA 95929-0820, USA, asmittman@mail.csuchico.edu

Prof. Surekha Davies, Department of History & Non-Western Cultures, 224 Warner Hall, Western Connecticut State University, 181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810, USA, daviess@wcsu.edu

Arjan van Dijk, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Brill, Plantijnstraat 2, 2321 JC Leiden, The Netherlands, dijk@brill.com

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