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ReIReS - Newsletter #23

ReIReS is a Horizon 2020 Funded Project (EU) aimed at building a Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies. Brepols Publishers is an active participant of this project. As such we want to invite you to read its latest newsletter (#23), which features the following subjects:

* Presentations and Materials DH Course Sofia Now Available

* ReIReS Training in Codicology and Paleography

* European Melanchthon Academy Joins ReIReS

* New Collaboration Partner: Bibliothèques Européennes de Théologie (BETH)

* Call for Applications ReIReS School in Leuven

* ReIReS at the Digital Humanities Masterclass in Budapest


Catalogue Forthcoming Titles - Winter 2019-20

The 2019-20 Winter issue of our Catalogue Forthcoming Titles is now available. It features newly published and forthcoming titles in the field of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Religion & Church History, Art History, Philosophy & History of Science, Classics, Near Eastern & Oriental Studies, Music History, and Corpus Christianorum until the end of February 2020.
It also includes an overview of recently (selected) award-winning publications by Brepols, Corpus Christianorum and Harvey Miller.

Click here to download the catalogue (PDF).

This catalogue includes live links to our website where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage. Available titles can be ordered directly online, using the Brepols webshop.

New: Catalogue Corpus Christianorum - New and Forthcoming Titles 2019-2020

It is with great pleasure that Brepols Publishers announces the publication of the Catalogue New and Forthcoming Titles 2019-2020 of the Corpus Christianorum (download, PDF).

This catalogue highlights the titles that have been and will be published in the period April 2019 – March 2020 and informs you about the exciting new developments in the digital resources developed by and in collaboration with the Corpus Christianorum.

Each title in the PDF contains a link which will direct you to the related page on,, or We sincerely hope that these new titles and these digital resources will be of interest to your research.

Violet Soen becomes the 2019 humanities laureate of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium

Violet Soen, series editor of Habsburg Worlds, was announced as the 2019 humanities laureate of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium.
As part of the Transregional History research group at KULeuven, she studies borders and bordercrossings in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Transregional Territories. Crossing Borders in the Early Modern Low Countries and Beyond that she co-edited, will be published with Brepols shortly.

Discover the eBooks from Brepols on BrepolsOnline

BrepolsOnline is the home of Brepols’ eBook Collections in a wide range of disciplines in the Humanities. The platform provides seamless online access to almost 1,800 academic eBooks, including reference series such as Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia, Silk Road Studies and Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy.

Four Collections are currently available:

Medieval Miscellanea Collection, all miscellany volumes in Medieval Studies
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Medieval Collection, all eBooks in Medieval Studies
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*Discounts available on Complete Backllist Collection (2012-2018), and on Archives, depending on the Collection’s publication year. Please contact us before 31 December 2019 for a price quotation.

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The complete list of available eBooks can be downloaded here (excel).

From a Republic of Scholars to a Community of Researchers
J.-L. De Paepe, P. Jodogne, I. Algrain (eds)

Perspectives on the History of the International Union of Academies (UAI), 1919-2019

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À la redécouverte d'Eugène Ysaÿe
Marie Cornaz

La présente bibliographie s’adresse tant aux spécialistes qu’aux mélomanes. Sortie prévue pour début décembre.

Profitez du prix de souscription de 60 euro TCC, jusqu'au 31 décembre 2019. Pour passer commande, prenez contact avec notre service clientèle:

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La construction sociale du sujet exclu (IVe-XIe siècle). Discours, lieux et individus
S. Joye, M. C. La Rocca, S. Gioanni (éd.)

Autour des notions d'individu et d'exclusion dans l'Antiquité tardive et le Haut Moyen Âge.

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Polity and Neighbourhood in Early Medieval Europe
J. Escalona Monge, O. Vésteinsson, S. Brookes (eds)

Archaeologists and historians working in southern and northern Europe, explore diverse evidence — from landscape and burial archaeology to charters and chronicles — to discuss the relationships that constituted neighbourhoods and roles these played in the processes of state formation that can be observed in the peripheries of the Frankish world.

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La ragione e la norma. Dibattiti attorno alla legge naturale fra XII e XIII secolo
Riccardo Saccenti

The idea of natural law, which has ancient roots in the Stoic philosophical heritage and in the Roman legal tradition, is the subject of a large and complex process of elaboration which starts in the end of the 11th century and goes up to the age of the great scholastic authors.

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Experiencing Famine in Fourteenth-Century Britain
Philip Slavin

The book is concerned with arguably the single harshest subsistence crisis in Europe in the last two millennia: the Great Famine of 1315-17.

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