Studies in the History of Knowledge is a book series at Amsterdam University Press, publishing monographs and edited volumes on the history of knowledge. The series has a global scope, with a preference for studies transcending disciplinary and geographical boundaries or tracing how academic and non-academics actors cooperated in the making, teaching, and circulation of knowledge.
The series is currently welcoming new proposals. Proposal forms and author instructions can be found here. Informal inquires can be made to the series editors: Klaas van Berkel (Groningen), Jeroen van Dongen (Amsterdam), and Herman Paul (Leiden).
Recently published volumes in the series include Knowledge and Culture in the Early Dutch Republic: Isaac Beeckman in Context (2022), The Humanities and the Modern Politics of Knowledge: The Impact and Organization of the Humanities in Sweden, 1850-2020 (2022), and Astronomer, Cartographer and Naturalist of the New World: The Life and Scholarly Achievements of Georg Marggrafe (1610-1643) in Colonial Dutch Brazil (2022). A full list of titles is available here.