Südosteuropäischen Arbeiten is a major book series on the history of Southeast Europe and the present-day region, independently published by the IOS. The series was established in 1933 and now stands at more than 160 volumes. The titles mostly comprise outstanding historic monographs on Southeast Europe, along with a limited number of edited volumes and source editions. The widespread scholarly reception is testimony of the series’ leading position in its field.
This digital open access series is jointly published by the IOS, the Collegium Carolinum in Munich, and the Herder Institute in Marburg. DigiOst facilitates the timely online publication of academic editions, edited volumes, and conference and congress editions. It is also published as a print-on-demand version by Verlag Otto Sagner publishers. Thanks to a thorough editing and review process, the standard of the contributions is as high as can be found in any refereed series. DigiOst is edited by Ulf Brunnbauer (Regensburg), Martin Schulze Wessel (Munich), and Peter Haslinger (Marburg/Gießen).