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St Andrews Studies in French History and Culture


St Andrews Studies in French History and Culture, a successful series published by the Centre for French History and Culture at the University of St Andrews since 2010 and now in collaboration with Open Book Publishers, aims to enhance scholarly understanding of the historical culture of the French-speaking world. This series covers the full span of historical themes relating to France: from political history, through military/naval, diplomatic, religious, social, financial, cultural and intellectual history, art and architectural history, to literary culture. The purpose of this series is to publish a range of shorter monographs and studies, between 25,000 and 50,000 words long, which illuminate the history of this community of peoples between the end of the Middle Ages and the late twentieth century. Titles in the series are rigorously peer-reviewed through the editorial board and external assessors, are available both in digital format and hard copies.

This is the first Open Access book series in the field to combine the high editorial standards of professional publishing with the fair Open Access model offered by OBP. Copyrights stay where they belong, with the authors. Authors are encouraged to secure funding to offset the publication costs and thereby sustain the publishing model, but if no institutional funding is available, authors are not charged fees. Any publishing subvention secured will cover the actual costs of publishing and will not be taken as profit. In short: we support publishing that respects the authors and serves the public interest.

You can read more about this series at http://cfhc.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/publications/. You can also get in touch with the Centre for French History and Culture here.

We welcome proposals for new titles in this series. Scholars interested in publishing work in this series and submitting their monographs and/or edited collections should contact Dr Alessandra Tosi or, if preferred, Dr Justine Firnhaber-Baker, the editor-in-chief of the series.

Editorial Board:

Dr Justine Firnhaber-Baker, University of St Andrews (Editor-in-Chief)
Professor Rafe Blaufarb, Florida State University
Dr Sarah Easterby-Smith, University of St Andrews
Dr David Evans, University of St Andrews
Dr Linda Goddard, University of St Andrews
Dr Peter Hicks, La Fondation Napolčon/University of Bath
Professor Simon Kitson, University of Auckland
Dr Alexander Marr, University of Cambridge
Professor Darrin McMahon, Dartmouth College
Professor Eric Nelson, Missouri State University
Dr David Parrott, New College, University of Oxford
Professor Andrew Pettegree, University of St Andrews
Dr Michael Rapport, University of Glasgow
Professor Guy Rowlands, University of St Andrews
Dr Bernhard Struck, University of St Andrews
Dr Stephen Tyre, University of St Andrews
Dr Malcolm Walsby, Université Rennes II
Dr Sandy Wilkinson, University College Dublin
Professor Andrew Williams, University of St Andrews
Dr Akhila Yechury, University of St Andrews

Please, click here to view and download the leaflet for this series.