Mediaevalia Lovaniensia - Series 1-Studia

The longstanding, peer-reviewed book series Mediaevalia Lovaniensia publishes high-quality scholarship on the history and culture of the Middle Ages (c. 500–1550). Topics of particular interest to the series include, but are not limited to, social behaviour and power relations in medieval society, processes of identity formation, religious and urban culture, medieval thought and literature, and gender history. The series focuses on Europe and the wider Mediterranean world and is particularly rich in interdisciplinary approaches. By means of monographs and edited volumes, the series explores thematic frontiers and embraces innovative methodological approaches in historical and philological scholarship that is based on an in-depth source-based study.

Mediaevalia Lovaniensia accepts monographs as well as thematically coherent volumes in English. Moreover, it offers scholars the possibility to publish critical editions of primary texts with broader relevance to the understanding of medieval culture and society. The series aspires to publish books that have the potential to become reference works in the field of Medieval Studies.

We encourage early career (postdoctoral) researchers to submit a reworked version of their PhD thesis to this series. Leuven University Press provides authors with two publishing scenarios: traditional (non-Open Access) and the option to publish in Open Access (including language editing).

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To submit a proposal, please send a short abstract to one of the editorial board members. Upon approval of the proposal, the full manuscript will be submitted to international blind peer review by two (external) experts. The editors strive towards completing the review of proposals within one month and of complete manuscripts within five months after submission. Manuscripts should preferably be (+/-) 80.000 to 120.000 words in length.
Book cover for the book Pietro d’Abano, Expositio problematum (XIX) Pietro d’Abano, Expositio problematum (XIX)

Christian Meyer (Editor),

September 2022

Book cover for the book The Body as a Mirror of the Soul The Body as a Mirror of the Soul

Lisa Devriese (Editor),

October 2021

Book cover for the book Knighthood and Society in the High Middle Ages Knighthood and Society in the High Middle Ages

David Crouch (Editor), Jeroen Deploige (Editor),

November 2020

Book cover for the book La transmission du savoir grec en Occident La transmission du savoir grec en Occident

Fabio Acerbi (Author), Gudrun Vuillemin Diem (Author),

April 2019

Book cover for the book Wissensordnungen des Rechts im Wandel Wissensordnungen des Rechts im Wandel

Stephan Dusil (Author),

October 2018

Book cover for the book Between Text and Tradition Between Text and Tradition

Pieter De Leemans (Editor), Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen (Editor),

July 2016

Book cover for the book Translating at the Court Translating at the Court

Pieter De Leemans (Editor),

September 2014

Book cover for the book From Eckhart to Ruusbroec From Eckhart to Ruusbroec

Satoshi Kikuchi (Author),

September 2014

Book cover for the book Science Translated Science Translated

Pieter De Leemans (Editor), An Smets (Editor), Michele Goyens (Editor),

November 2008

Book cover for the book Paganism in the Middle Ages Paganism in the Middle Ages

Carlos Steel (Editor), John Marenbon (Editor), Werner Verbeke (Editor),

February 2013

Book cover for the book Ecclesia in medio nationis Ecclesia in medio nationis

Steven Vanderputten (Editor), Brigitte Meijns (Editor),

December 2011

Book cover for the book “Lors est ce jour grant joie nee” “Lors est ce jour grant joie nee”

Michele Goyens (Editor), Werner Verbeke (Editor),

July 2009