Brill's Series in Church History
Edited by Wim Janse, VU University Amsterdam
Brill’s Series in Church History is a peer-reviewed book series devoted to the ecclesiastical, religious, theological, and cultural history of World Christianity and related areas, such as the history of Christian mission and of Jewish-Christian-Muslim relationships. It contains source editions, monographs, collections of articles, and conference proceedings, in English, French, and German.
Brill’s Series in Church History includes a subseries on the history of religion and religious culture in a broad understanding of religion, the Religious History and Culture Series. This subseries is a peer-reviewed book series intended to advance the study of the history of religion and religious culture by publishing individual monographs and syntheses, collections of articles, conference proceedings, or edited source material. The series is specifically intended to offer scholars of religious history an international forum on which to present their findings. Based on a broad understanding of religion, the series focuses on the history of the expression, mediation, consumption and institutionalization of religious experience, values and ideas in their cultural, social and political settings. The series has no particular geographical or confessional focus, and emphasizes the interregional, transconfessional and comparative dimensions of religion and religious culture.
General Editor: Wim Janse
Starting with volume 33, Brill’s Series in Church History includes the Religious History and Culture Series. This subseries has its own independent editorial team (General Editors: Joris van Eijnatten, Utrecht University, and Fred van Lieburg, VU University Amsterdam).
For more information visit also the journal Church History and Religious Culture.