Transforming Legal Histories aims to place the historical study of law at the heart of the law curriculum using history to question and subvert assumptions and expectations of law.
The book series is designed to showcase scholarship which uses historical theory, approaches or methods to analyse law and legal change and is aimed, not exclusively at legal historians but at a general legal readership, exploring and expanding the historical dimension of key fields of legal scholarship.
The series editors are Dr Lydia Hayes, Dr Katie Richards, Dr Sharon Thompson and I.
We are looking to publish both edited collections and monographs by both established names and new voices (including monographs based on doctoral dissertations). Also of interest are interdisciplinary works and studies of particular jurisdictions.
To discuss writing or editing a book in the series email me: Contact