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RENOVATIO – STUDIES IN THE CAROLINGIAN WORLD
Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61
Matthew Bryan Gillis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Booker, University of British Columbia
Celia Chazelle, College of New Jersey
Lynda Coon, University of Arkansas
Jennifer Davis, Catholic University of America
Albrecht Diem, Syracuse University
Valerie Garver, Northern Illinois University
James Palmer, University of St Andrews
Helmut Reimitz, Princeton University
Charles West, University of Sheffield
ABOUT THE SERIES
This series explores the history of the Carolingian world (c. 700—c. 900 CE), offering fresh interpretations and perspectives about this formative period in medieval Europe. We seek to publish studies that frame new narratives of the Carolingian past using innovative methodologies and multi-disciplinary approaches on a variety of themes, including (but not limited to): religion and spirituality; culture, literature and thought; social lives and contexts; relationships between the human and nonhuman world; and politics, war and violence. Works that reconceptualize Carolingian ideologies, subjectivities, and materialities will be welcome, as will those that investigate links between the Carolingian world and other regions or historical periods.
We invite proposals for monographs, edited collections, conference proceedings and translations in English. All suitable submissions will undergo a double-blind peer review process.