Monographs


Series Editor: Christopher Gerrard, University of Durham, and Gabor Thomas, University of Reading.

UK – ISSN: 0583-9106

The Society has published a series of monographs for more than 45 years. It covers a full range of topics and site types including cemeteries and burials, rural settlement, towns, industry, religious and monastic sites, manors and moats together with more synthetic conference volumes on specific themes.

All the publications are fully refereed with the aim of publishing at the highest academic level reports on sites of national and international importance, and of encouraging the widest debate possible through publication of the Society’s conference proceedings. The series’ objectives are to cover the broadest chronological and geographical range and to assemble a series of volumes which reflect the changing intellectual and technical scope of the discipline.

Monograph Covers

All the publications are fully refereed with the aim of publishing at the highest academic level reports on sites of national and international importance, and of encouraging the widest debate possible through publication of the Society’s conference proceedings. The series’ objectives are to cover the broadest chronological and geographical range and to assemble a series of volumes which reflect the changing intellectual and technical scope of the discipline. Find the house style for A4 monographs and edited (B5) volumes here:

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If you are a member of the Society for Medieval Archaeology and would like to purchase a book at a discounted price, please use the discount code which can be found in the Newsletter. This code can be used when buying directly from Routledge.

A complete list of the Societies’ monographs can be found here.

These volumes are now available from Routledge in a variety of formats, hardback, softback and eprint. All content can be viewed using the Google Preview, including summaries and chapter headings. If you find any difficulties with these links, please tell us. If there is something further you would like to know about monographs and their contents please contact us and we will do our best to respond to your questions.

Latest monographs:

Volume 39: Princes of the Church: Bishops and their Palaces. Edited by David Rollason

Volume 38: The Archaeology of the 11th Century: Continuities and Transformations. Edited by Dawn M Hadley, Christopher Dyer

Volume 37: Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World. Edited by James H. Barrett, Sarah Jane Gibbon