New series at Peter Lang: South-East European History

Series Editor: Mihai Dragnea (University of South-Eastern Norway)

This single-blind peer reviewed series is published on behalf of the Balkan History Association and comprises original, high-quality disciplinary and interdisciplinary comparative study of South-East Europe from ancient to contemporary times. It welcomes submissions in several formats, including monographs, edited volumes, conference proceedings, and short form publications between 30,000 to 50,000 words (Peter Lang Prompts) on various sub-disciplines of history—political, cultural, military, economic, urban, literary, oral, or the history of science communication—art history, history of religions and archaeology.

Editorial Board

Dan Dana (French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Valeria Fol (Institute of Balkan Studies and Centre of Thracology, Sofia) 

Adrian Ioniță (“Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest)

Zoran Ladić (Institute for Historical and Social Sciences, Zagreb)

Marco Cassioli (University of Aix-Marseille)

Ivan Biliarsky (Institute of Historical Studies, Sofia)

Alice Isabella Sullivan (Tufts University)

Mihai-D. Grigore (Leibniz Institute of European History, Mainz)

Colin Heywood (University of Hull)

Gábor Kármán (RCH Institute of History, Budapest)

Adrian Brisku (Charles University, Prague)

Nathalie Clayer (Center for Turkish, Ottoman, Balkan, and Central Asian Studies, Paris)

Hans-Christian Maner (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

Katrin Boeckh (Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg)

Lavinia Stan (St. Francis Xavier University)

Irina Livezeanu (University of Pittsburgh)

Proposals and author/volume editor CV should be sent to: