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Catalogue Forthcoming Titles - Autumn 2019

The 2019 Autumn issue of our Catalogue Forthcoming Titles is now available. It features newly published and forthcoming titles in the field of Medieval Studies, Languages & Literature, Book History & Manuscript Studies, Art History,  Early Modern & Modern History, Religion, Collection des études augustiniennes, Philosophy & History of Science, Classics & Oriental Studies, Music History, and Corpus Christianorum until the end of November 2019.

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New Book Series & Journals

We would like to announce the following NEW book and journal projects that are currently being prepared for publication:

Medieval & Early Modern Studies
- Transcultural Medieval Studies
- The North Atlantic World. Land and Sea as Cultural Space, AD 400–1900
- Knowledge, Scholarship, and Science in the Middle Ages
- Global Perspectives on Medieval and Early Modern Historiography

Archaeology & Material Culture
- Journal of Urban Archaeology
- Archaeology of the Mediterranean World
- MediTo. Landscapes of Mediterranean Central Italy
- The Archaeology of Northern Europe
- Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History
- Studies in the Archaeology of the Islamic World
- The East. Identity, Diversity & Contact, from the Southern Balkans to Xinjiang, from the Palaeolithic to Alexander
       ARATTA, Studies in Archaeology & History, from Mesopotamia to the Indus Valley
       OXUS, Studies in the Archaeology & History of Central Asia, from the Caspian Sea to Xinjiang and Altay
       LEMA, Studies in the Archaeology & History of the Levant & Eastern Mediterranean
       ARAXES, Studies in the Archaeology & History of the Caucasus Area & Adjacent Regions

Didymus the Blind’s Commentary on Psalms 26:10–29:2 and 36:1–3 (Tura Papyri)
L. H. Blumell

This volume contains a completed edition of Didymus the Blind’s commentary on Psalms 26:10–29:2 and Psalms 36:1–3 that was discovered in Tura in the early 1940s.

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Pleasure and Politics at the Court of France. The Artistic Patronage of Queen Marie of Brabant (1260-1321)
T. Chapman Hamilton

Court, culture, politics, and gender — these are the themes that flow throughout Marie of Brabant’s life and tie together the material effects of a long, pleasure-filled existence enlivened by the politics of Europe on the cusp of a new age.

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Revue d'Histoire de l'Eglise de France, 105 (254), 2019
JOURNAL

La Revue d'Histoire de l'Église de France, fondée en 1910, s'efforce de tenir ses lecteurs au courant de tout ce qui concerne le passé religieux de la France, depuis les débuts du christianisme jusqu'à nos jours.

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Urban History Writing in Northwest Europe (15th-16th centuries)
B. Caers, L. Demets, T. Van Gassen (eds.)

This volume aims at taking the first steps towards a revaluation of urban historiography in Northwest Europe, including rather than excluding texts that do not fit common definitions.

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Jacob Jordaens and Spain
Diaz Pardon

In these pages the reader will find out about Jordaens work method, his sources of inspiration and the solutions he chose for the commissions that he carried out.

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Undressing Rubens. Fashion and Painting in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp
Edited by A.D. Newman & L. Nijkamp

A range of perspectives on the convergence of costume, art and history in the early modern Low Countries.

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