Medievalism

Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61



SERIES EDITOR

Karl Christian Alvestad, University of South-Eastern Norway, Karl.C.Alvestad@usn.no


ABOUT THE SERIES 

This book series aims at inviting and offering exciting and innovative works examining medievalism, neo-medievalism, and the broader uses of the Middle Ages in a modern and early modern world. Contributions might examine medievalism in (but are not limited to) areas such as art, politics, scholarship, literature, education, material culture, etc. The Series editor is particularly interested in contributions comparatively looking at the relationship between political, scholarly, and cultural medievalism. Contributions exploring medievalism in a non-Anglophone context are especially welcome. 

The series invites proposals for monographs, edited volumes, and conference proceedings on all subjects related to medievalism, neo-medievalism, and the broader uses of the middle ages in a post medieval context in the broadest possible sense. This series will consider proposals from established scholars as well as early career scholars whose dissertations pertain to the field of medievalism and the use of the Middle Ages in a post medieval context. All suitable submissions will undergo a double blind peer review process.



CALL FOR PAPERS/BOOK CHAPTERS IN UPCOMING VOLUMES:

21st Century Medievalisms: Between the Global and Individual