Early Modern Cultural Studies

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Early Modern Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed book series that explores the complexities of the early modern world. Early modernity is broadly conceived as the period from around 1300 to 1700. The series welcomes monographs and edited volumes that shed new light on and adopt new approaches to the histories and cultural products of this period.

The thematic scope allows works in this series to investigate trends and events in cultural, intellectual, social, political, and economic history which are indicative both of change and continuity with the past. The series thus covers issues ranging from (but not limited to) gender, identity, society, emotions, space, material culture, religion, and politics and their intersections. The editors welcome books rich in illustrations and are particularly interested in studies in art and architectural history.

General Editor: E. M. Kavaler
Publishing Manager: J. Van der Beke

Volumes may be purchased through the Brepols website, which also offers information for prospective authors.
Please click on title pages to view each volume individually.

Willem van den Blocke: A Sculptor of the Low Countries in the Baltic Region
by Franciszek Skibinski