Borderlines publishes monographs and edited collections that, while firmly rooted in late antique, medieval, and early modern periods, are “edgy” and may introduce approaches, methodologies, or theories from the social sciences, health studies, and the sciences. Typically, volumes are theoretically aware whilst introducing novel approaches to topics of key interest to scholars of the pre-modern past.
Borderlines reinforces one of CARMEN’s key aims, namely to foster research links beyond the humanities. The series therefore operates under the auspices of the CARMEN Publications Committee.
Publications of conventional length (70,000 to 110,000) as well as short-form (45,000 to 60,000) are accepted.
Western Europe and beyond
200 – 1700
Intersections between science, history, and literature, including with medical history and health studies; humanities and the social sciences, including anthropology, archaeology, demographics, human geography, legal history, pedagogy, political science, socio-economic history.