Southeast European Studies is a new series from Ashgate. The Series Editor is Florian Bieber, from the Centre for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz, Austria
New scholarship is emerging which seeks to move away from the focus on violence and war with which the Balkan region has been widely associated over the past decades. Beyond this violence, the region has experienced rapid change in recent times, including democratization, economic and social transformation.
The Southeast European Studies Series seeks to provide a forum for this new scholarship. Through contemporary perspectives the series aims to explain the past and seeks to examine how it shapes the present.
Focusing on original empirical research and innovative theoretical viewpoints on the region the series includes original monographs and edited collections. It is interdisciplinary in scope, publishing high-level research in political science, history, anthropology, sociology, law and economics and accessible to readers interested in Southeast Europe and beyond.
For more information on how to submit a proposal to this series, please contact Rob Sorsby, Senior Commissioning Editor for Politics.