Books For Review

The Royal Studies Journal aims to provide reviews of recent publications covering all aspects of royal and monarchical culture from every chronological period and geographic setting.

Reviews of new works are commissioned directly by the Book Review Editor on a regular basis. If you wish to propose a book for review or are interested in becoming a reviewer for the journal please contact the Book Review Editor here

Many newly published works are received by the journal but it is not always possible to find reviewers for those works immediately. Books presented below are those works that have been received by the journal but have not yet been assigned for review.

The unassigned books listed below are but a small fraction of the total number of works that the journal has received. If you are interested in reviewing one of the unassigned works on this list, click the title that you are interested in and follow the prompts to request to review the title.

For more information about book reviews at the Royal Studies Journal, including how to register a general interest in becoming a reviewer for us or how to request or recommend a particular title for review, please see the Book Reviews section on our Submit page of the website.

To request a book for review:

  • Register as an author with this journal.
  • Log in as an author.
  • Click on the request link that corresponds to the book of interest.

Cover shows a mounted warrior in traditional dress

Aurangzeb The Life and Legacy of India's Most Controversial King

By Audrey Truschke

2017 | Stanford University Press
Copy Available: Yes

Winner of the 2017 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title, sponsored by the American Library Association.

The Mughal emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir is one of the most hated men in Indian history. Widely re ...

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