Publications

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes

The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes publishes new research, of a documentary and analytical character, in the field of cultural and intellectual history. The subject matter includes art and architecture, religion, philosophy, science and literature as well as intellectual, political and social life.

Warburg Institute Colloquia 

The books in this series represent the published proceedings of Warburg Institute conferences. Each volume consists mainly or entirely of papers presented at a Warburg conference, then developed and reworked by their authors in communication with the editor(s). The collected essays are then peer-reviewed and, finally, edited and indexed for publication. The subject matter for Colloquia volumes follows the Warburg Institute’s primary focus on the ways in which European intellectual and cultural history has been shaped by the transmission of ideas, mores and religious practices, through texts and images, from classical antiquity to the early modern period.

Warburg Studies and Texts

The books in this series publish the original research of scholars associated with the Warburg Institute. They range from single-authored monographs, to critical editions of unpublished texts with English translations and notes or commentaries, to thematic collections of essays. Their subject matter follows the Warburg Institute’s primary focus on the ways in which European intellectual and cultural history has been shaped by the transmission of ideas, mores and religious practices, through texts and images, from classical antiquity to the early modern period.

Oxford-Warburg Studies

The Oxford-Warburg Studies comprise works of original research on the intellectual and cultural history of Europe, with particular reference to the transmission and reception of ideas and images. The underlying aim is to foster an interdisciplinary approach based on primary sources, which may be visual as well as written, and may extend to materials in a wide range of vernaculars and ancient languages. Among the topics addressed by past authors in the series are the relationship between classical scholarship and the Christian tradition, the influence of modes of transmission on the uptake of ideas, the contributions of great scholars to the learning of their day, and the study of the Italian and Northern manifestations of humanism and their aftermath.

 

Warburg Institute Surveys & Texts

It is a peer-reviewed series which publishes the original research of scholars associated with the Warburg Institute, in the fields of cultural history, art history and history of ideas. The series includes: single-authored monographs; critical editions of unpublished texts, with English translations and notes or commentaries; and collections of essays which have not originated in colloquia.

Studies of the Warburg Institute

The series includes: single-authored monographs; critical editions of unpublished texts, with English translations and notes or commentaries; and collections of essays which have not originated in colloquia. Peer-reviewed, this series publishes the original research of scholars associated with the Warburg Institute, in the fields of cultural history, art history and history of ideas.

Other Warburg Publications

Publication associated with Warburg Scholarhip which are not part of a series and currently available in print can be found here