Royal Historical Society

Royal Historical Society

The Royal Historical Society's series Studies in History, founded by Sir Geoffrey Elton in 1975 and relaunched in 1995, has established itself as one of the leading outlets for specialist historical monographs. It provides an opportunity for the publication of first books by younger historians. It takes a deliberately inclusive approach, with a very wide chronological and geographical coverage, and seeks to embrace all approaches to historical research, demanding only that work should be of the highest quality. The breadth of the series is amply demonstrated by the range and quality of the volumes published so far, which are listed below.

In conjunction with the publishers, Boydell & Brewer, the series maintains the very highest standards in publication. Of particular importance is the close guidance and specialist advice given to authors by the relevant member of the editorial board and by the series' Executive Editor, which, together with the work of the publishers, ensures the highest quality of both scholarship and presentation.

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