Brepols: Europa Sacra

Brepols: Europa Sacra - This series was established in 2006 with an editorial board based in the Department of History and the CMRS.This series was established in 2006 with an editorial board based in the Department of History and the CMRS. The series is concerned with the relationship between religion, society, culture and identity in Europe from the early medieval period to the end of the ancien regime, with particular emphasis on continuity and transformation within urban religious life and institutions. The series concentrates on medieval Europe, but also includes North Africa and the Middle East, with a particular emphasis on studies that focus on history in the longue durée.

Recent and forthcoming titles :

Alison Brown, Medicean and Savonarolan Florence: The Interplay of Politics, Humanism, and Religion.

Nicholas Terpstra, Adriano Prosperi, Stefania Pastore (eds.), Faith’s Boundaries: Laity and Clergy in Early Modern Confraternities

Prospective authors are invited to send manuscripts to the Chair of the editorial board for consideraton (peter.howard@monash.edu). Brepols has adopted the MHRA Style Guide.