Our November 2021 update with the latest forthcoming titles from all of Boydell & Brewer’s imprints and many client presses. As ever, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] (or [email protected] if you are based in North or South America). If you would like to reserve review copies, request advance proofs or find out more information.

Africans in East Anglia, 1467-1833

by Richard C. Maguire

What were the lives of Africans in provincial England like during the early modern period? How, where, and when did they arrive in rural counties? How were they perceived by their contemporaries?


ALT 39

Series edited by Ernest N Emenyonu

Guest editor Louisa Uchum Egbunike and Chimalum Nwankwo

Explores the ways in which African writers have approached speculative fiction through in-depth articles on the use of language, terminology and the genealogy of the works.


Beethoven’s Conversation Books Volume 4

Edited and translated by Theodore Albrecht

Translated by Theodore Albrecht

A complete new edition of Beethoven's conversation books, in 12 volumes, now translated into English in their entirety for the first time. Covering a period associated with the revolutionary style of what we call "late Beethoven", these lively and compelling conversations are now finally accessible in English for the scholar and Beethoven-lover.


A Companion to Calderón de la Barca

Edited by Roy Norton and Jonathan W Thacker

The first comprehensive study of Calderón in English


Ethnicity in Medieval Europe, 950-1250

by Claire Weeda

An investigation into how racial stereotypes were created and used in the European Middle Ages.


Imagining Latin America

by Nicola Jones

A new and innovative approach to Latin American Studies which makes an important contribution to contemporary debates about cultural appropriation and the integration of immigrant communities


John Gunn: Musician Scholar in Enlightenment Britain

by George Kennaway

Examines the life and work of Scottish cellist and antiquarian John Gunn (1766-1824) through newly discovered sources.


Kamba Proverbs from Eastern Kenya

by Jeremiah M Kitunda

A unique historical and linguistic resource for those in anthropology, art, folklore, history, linguistics, literature, psychology, religion, sociology, and environmental studies, as well as performers and poets.


The Kecak and Cultural Tourism on Bali

by Kendra Stepputat

Examines the history of one of the best known dramatic dance performance practices on Bali and its connection with cultural tourism.


Knowing Britten

by Steuart Bedford

With Christopher Gillett

Knowing Britten is a vivid and insightful account of Steuart Bedford's long association with both Britten the man and his music


The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales

by Matthew J. Ward

First full examination of the medieval livery collar, form, function, and significance.


The Real Agricultural Revolution

by Paul Brassley, Michael Winter, Matt Lobley and David Harvey

WINNER of the British Agricultural History Society's 2022 Thirsk Prize
WINNER of the 2022 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award

An investigation into farming practices throughout a period of seismic change.


Rediscovering Lost Landscapes

by Pietro Piana, Charles Watkins and Rossano Balzaretti

Analysis of hundreds of art works from the period provides insights into forgotten landscapes and hidden geographies.


Renaissance Papers 2020

Edited by Ward J. Risvold and James M Pearce

Guest editor Holly E. Fling and William Given

Collection of the best scholarly essays from the 2020 Southeastern Renaissance Conference plus essays submitted directly to the journal. Topics run from the epic to influence studies to the perennial problem of love and beyond.


Royalism, Religion and Revolution: Wales, 1640-1688

by Sarah Ward Clavier

Analyses the role of long-term continuities in the political and religious culture of Wales from the eve of the Civil War in 1640 to the Glorious Revolution of 1688


Sacred Queer Stories

by Adriaan van Klinken, Johanna Stiebert, Brian Sebyala and Fredrick Hudson

An invaluable insight into the narrative politics and theologies of LGBTQ+ life-storytelling, a key text for those in African Humanities, Queer Studies, Religious Studies, and Refugee Studies.


The Social World of the Abbey of Cava, c. 1020-1300

by Graham Loud

A pioneering, comprehensive investigation into a major Italian monastery.


The Brecht Yearbook / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch 46

Edited by Markus Wessendorf

Guest editor Günther Heeg, Micha Braun and Vera Stegmann

Annual volume with contributions on writers and artists whose work intersects with Brecht's from three thematic perspectives: Brecht in a global age, women and Brecht, and Brecht's learning plays.


The General Account Book of John Clerk of Penicuik, 1663-1674

Edited by Robert Falconer

Edition of a wealthy merchant's accounts sheds fascinating insights into life at the time.