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SYLLOGE - LIBRARY OF LATE ANTIQUE AND BYZANTINE STUDIES
Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61
Responsible publisher: Teodora C. Artimon
Mihail Mitrea (Institute for South-East European Studies, Romanian Academy), email@example.com
Anna Lampadaridi (University of Oxford), firstname.lastname@example.org
Marco Aimone, The Wyvern Collection, UK
Béatrice Caseau, Sorbonne University
Vincent Déroche, Sorbonne University
Niels Gaul, University of Edinburgh
Anna Leone, Durham University
Stratis Papaioannou, University of Crete
Tudor Sala, University of Regensburg
Alexis Torrance, University of Notre Dame
ABOUT THE SERIES
SYLLOGE – LIBRARY OF LATE ANTIQUE AND BYZANTINE STUDIES publishes scholarly research focusing on late antique and Byzantine literature and culture, drawing together contributions from archaeology, art history, history, literary studies, material culture studies, philology, philosophy, theology, and related disciplines. The series editors are interested in contributions which cross traditional disciplinary and methodological boundaries, take an innovative and comparative point of view, and address significant debates in the field, engaging a broad readership with an interest in late antique and Byzantine culture.
The series editors invite proposals for monographs, edited volumes, and conference proceedings on all subjects related to late antique and Byzantine social, cultural, religious, and literary life, as well as Byzantium’s interactions with neighbouring cultures, and will consider proposals from established scholars as well as early career scholars whose dissertations pertain to the fields of late antique and Byzantine studies. All suitable submissions will undergo a double blind peer review process.
Should you like to submit a book proposal, please complete the Book Proposal Form and send it by email to the series co-editors.
The first volume of the series, Pantokrator 900 – Cultural Memories of a Byzantine Complex, will be published in mid-2020!