Research published in the Royal Studies Journal can be on any aspect, geographical setting or period in relation to the monarchy and their history.
The journal has developed as an offshoot of the successful Kings & Queens conference series and the Royal Studies Network. The RSN provided a framework for researchers in the field to share news and information, establish networks and make contacts with potential collaborators.The Kings & Queens conference series has provided a yearly event for scholars to share their research in the field.
Both the RSN and conference series have drawn attention to the developing and thriving interdisciplinary field of Royal Studies. There has not been a dedicated publishing outlet for research in this area. The Royal Studies Journal aims to fill this gap and provide a venue for academic research from all disciplines, areas and periods across the field.
The publication was founded in 2013 and adheres to the highest standards of academic double blind peer-review and supported by Winchester University Press. The journal is online and fully open-access, to make the research as accessible as possible.
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