Royal Studies Journal

A Winchester University Press Electronic Journal

The Royal Studies Journal is an online and fully open access publication which adheres to the highest standards of academic double blind peer-review. It provides a truly international and inter-disciplinary forum for scholars whose research is connected to monarchy in any aspect, period or geographical setting.

ISSN: 2057-6730


Issue Four (vol.3 no.1) is out!

Don't miss our biggest issue to date with all the information on the first annual RSJ/CCCU prize winners!  
Posted: 2016-06-28 More...

Our third issue (vol. 2, no. 2) is out now!

Check out our new issue below or on the 'Current' tab-our largest issue yet with two excellent articles and a plethora of book reviews. Don't forget you can still read our last two issues on the 'Back Issues' tab as well.  
Posted: 2015-12-18 More...
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Vol 3, No 1 (2016) : Issue Four

Cover Page
María Teresa (1638–1683), Infanta of Spain, painted by Juan Bautista Martínez del Mazo c. 1645. Used with the kind permission of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Table of Contents

Our fourth issue includes the announcement for the winners of the first annual RSJ/CCCU prizes as well as the publication of the article prize winner plus a full review of the prize winning book. In addition to the prizes, we have articles on queenship in the High Middle Ages in Kiev & on kingship in late medieval England, plus our largest number of book reviews to date.