The Atlas of European Historiography is an innovative work of more than 80 experts: the Atlas maps, for the first
time, the development of the historical profession and the core institution of
historiography in Europe since 1800. It features a specially-commissioned set of maps and carefully integrated text
Really complicated titles can tie up the resources of a production department, and BPC is called upon as a reliable outsource to undertake specific projects and free up resources in house.
This large format (353mm x 250mm) hardback, with 208 pages in colour and a relatively low print run, took nearly two years to complete, involving translation and editing, re-drawing and constant proofing, liaison with the authors in Germany on almost a daily basis, and four-column indexes over 12 pages.
With the collapse of the scheduled printer in the Far East, BPC transferred the printing to Italy without increasing costs.
BPC has produced previous titles for Palgrave Macmillan and is pleased, not to say privileged, to work for such a distinguished imprint.
Michael Strang - Publisher of History at Palgrave Macmillan said:
Thank you very much for all your work on our splendid Atlas, which is drawing gasps of admiration from everyone who sees it here at Palgrave. I know it wasn't the easiest or smoothest of projects to work on so I'm especially grateful for all your patience, effort and expertise.