The newly established academic series Prague Medieval Studies provides a hitherto absent publication platform for the international dissemination of research outputs from within the expanding research hub in medieval studies at the Charles University, as well as an attractive publication option for researchers in interdisciplinary medieval studies abroad.
The series supports the publication of monographs that advance our understanding of medieval societies in the broadest topical, chronological and geographical sense. The task is to embrace recent advances in various disciplines—such as archival and auxiliary sciences, archaeology, language and literature studies, art history, history, musicology, philosophy and religious studies—including editions and translations of medieval texts from these areas. Studies that bridge diverse disciplines, pursue traditional as well as newly recognised research fields, and pertain to Central Europe are especially encouraged.
As a rule, two issues per year are to be released, each in both print and e-book editions, and working within an open peer-review policy. The series is to be published in English by Charles University, Karolinum Press, under the auspices of the Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages, Faculty of Arts.
Daniel Boušek (Charles University)
Jan Čermák (Charles University)
Lucie Doležalová (Charles University)
Vincent Gillespie (University of Oxford)
Phillip Haberkern (Boston University)
Tuomas Heikkilä (Univeristy of Helsinki)
Lenka Karfíková (Charles University)
Tomáš Klír (Charles University)
Olivier Marin (Université Paris 13)
Michaela Ottová (Charles University)
Martin Nejedlý (Charles University)
Hana Pátková (Charles University)
Matthias Perkams (Universität Jena)
Jeff Rider (Wesleyan University)
Miri Rubin (Queen Mary University, London)
Marc Smith (École Nationale des Chartes – Sorbonne, Paris)
Pavel Soukup (CMS, Praha)
Maria Theisen (Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Wien)
Milan Žonca (Charles University)