The series aims to bring together peer-reviewed studies in medieval and early modern memoria and commemoration practices. The series will cover a broad range of memoria-related themes using an interdisciplinary approach. The intended audience are scholars in the various fields as well as students and other interested parties. The volumes may be monographs or may contain reworked papers that were presented at symposiums.
The volumes may be written in English, German and French. Each contribution will be accompanied by an abstract in a different language, if the text is in English, for instance, the abstract will be in German or French. Introductory articles of anthologies, (i.e., volumes with articles by several authors) and overall summaries and overall conclusions of these volumes are preferably in English.