The aim of this series in early modern and modern European history is to publish outstanding works of research, addressed to important themes across a wide geographical range, from southern and central Europe, to Scandinavia and Russia, from the time of the Renaissance to the present. As it develops the series will comprise focused works of wide contextual range and intellectual ambition.
Editorial Board: Peter Baldwin, University of California, Los Angeles; Holly Case, Brown University, Rhode Island; Christopher Clark, University of Cambridge; James B. Collins, Georgetown University, Washington DC; Karin Friedrich, University of Aberdeen; Mia Rodríguez-Salgado, London School of Economics and Political Science; Timothy Snyder, Yale University, Connecticut
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