Global Perspectives on Legal History
The book series Global Perspectives on Legal History, edited by Marietta Auer, Thomas Duve and Stefan Vogenauer, opens up the legal history of Europe to the history of its global connections. It publishes monographs as well as edited volumes which transcend the established boundaries of national legal scholarship and focus on different modes of normativity and law as well as on their historical development.
The peer-reviewed series addresses the global research community also in terms of its format. From its outset in 2014, the series was designed as a multilingual Open Access publication series. GPLH primarily appears online, freely accessible to everyone on the Institute's homepage and via online services that are also committed to Open Access. A print-on-demand service is available for those readers who prefer or require a printed copy.