Capitalism’s Past? is published by Networks and Neighbours, an affiliate of the Punctum Books imprint Gracchi Books.
Networks and Neighbours (N&N) is an international research project dedicated to the study of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. To this end, N&N runs symposia, conferences and other events, and publishes essays and reviews. N&N is entirely no-fees Open-Access, non-profit, and all events, programs and series that we run and sponsor are free of charge.
N&N is constituted by scholars from around the globe. We encourage participation from diverse perspectives and institutional frameworks, and strive for a complementing collection of advanced students, junior researchers and senior academics in dialogue freely and openly, without barriers – whether territorial, linguistic, national, or other.
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Gracchi Books is an open-access publisher in Medieval Studies and related subjects. It is a formal imprint of Punctum Books, which is also run by medievalists, and based at UC Santa Barbara. Gracchi is entirely no-fees OA, and authors maintain equal rights to their work. Books are published simultaneously as e-books that are free to download and as paperback print books available for purchase at fair cost.
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