European History Yearbook
Founded in 2000, the Yearbook is dedicated to European history from early modern times to more recent contemporary history. The yearbook's broad temporal scope, thematic diversity and methodological openness have distinguished it from the outset and make it a central place for scientific debate.
- The yearbook will be published in the 2014 edition of Open Access
- Each volume has a thematic focus
- The forum offers space for historical reflections and debates.
- Each contribution to the Yearbook is subject to a peer review process