SPIN curates publications in the field of transnational cultural nationalism studies in collaboration with Brill Publishers (Leiden). We function as series editors for the Brill series National Cultivation of Culture. The series accommodates both monographs and edited volumes.

30 volumes have appeared to date:

  1. Pit Péporté, Sonia Kmec & Benoît Majerus (eds.), Inventing Luxembourg: Representations of the Past, Space and Language from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century.
  2. Lotte Jensen, Joep Leerssen & Marita Methijsen (eds.), Free Access to the Past: Romanticism, Cultural Heritage and the Nation.
  3. Pit Péporté, Constructing the Middle Ages: Historiography, Collective Memory and Nation-Building in Luxembourg.
  4. Timothy Baycroft & Davd Hopkin (eds.), Folklore and Nationalism in Europe During the Long Nineteenth Century.
  5. Hugh Dunthorne & Michael Wintle (eds.), The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Britain and the Low Countries.
  6. Patrick J. Geary & Gábor Klaniczay (eds.), Manufacturing Middle Ages: Entangled History of Medievalism in Nineteenth-Century Europe.
  7. János M. Bak, Patrick J. Geary & Gábor Klaniczay (eds.), Manufacturing a Past for the Present: Forgery and Authenticity in Medievalist Texts and Objects in Nineteenth-Century Europe.
  8. Janneke Weijermars, Stepbrothers: Southern Dutch Literature and Nation-Building under Willem I, 1814-1834.
  9. Krisztina Lajosi & Andreas Stynen (eds.), Choral Societies and Nationalism in Europe.
  10. Borbála Zsuzsanna Török, Exploring Transylvania: Geographies of Knowledge and Entangled Histories in a Multiethnic Province, 1790–1918.
  11. Joanne Parker (ed.), The Harp and the Constitution: Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin.
  12. Marijan Dović & Jón Karl Helgason, National Poets, Cultural Saints: Canonization and Commemorative Cults of Writers in Europe.
  13. Antonino de Franseco (ed.), In Search of Pre-Classical Antiquity: Rediscovering Ancient Peoples in Mediterranean Europe (19th and 20th c.).
  14. John Neubauer, The Persistence of Voice: Instrumental Music and Romantic Orality.
  15. Krisztina Lajosi, Staging the Nation: Opera and Nationalism in 19th-century Hungary
  16. Francesca Zantedeschi, The Antiquarians of the Nation: Monuments and Language in Nineteenth-Century Roussillon
  17. Kasper van Kooten, «Was deutsch und echt»: Richard Wagner and the Articulation of a German Opera, 1798-1876.
  18. Jón Karl Helgason & Marijan Dović (eds.), Great Immortality: Studies on European Cultural Sainthood
  19. Simon Halink (ed.), Northern Myths, Modern IdentitiesThe Nationalisation of Northern Mythologies Since 1800
  20. Tommaso di Carpegna Falconieri, The Militant Middle Ages: Contemporary Politics between New Barbarians and Modern Crusaders
  21. Krisztina Lajosi & Andreas Stynen (eds.), The Matica and Beyond: Cultural Associations and Nationalism in Europe
  22. Dagmar Paulus & Ellen Pilsworth (eds.), Nationalism before the Nation State: Literary Constructions of Inclusion, Exclusion, and Self-Definition (1756–1871)
  23. Xosé M. Núñez Seixas (ed.), The First World War and the Nationality Question in Europe: Global Impact and Local Dynamics
  24. Aistė Kučinskienė, Viktorija Šeina, & Brigita Speičytė (eds.), Literary Canon Formation as Nation-Building in Central Europe and the Baltics: 19th to Early 20th Century
  25. Anna Bohlin, Tiina Kinnunen, & Heidi Grönstrand (eds.), Nineteenth-Century Nationalisms and Emotions in the Baltic Sea Region: The Production of Loss
  26. Anne-Marie Thiesse, The Creation of National Identities: Europe, 18th—20th Centuries
  27. Joep Leerssen & Eric Storm (eds.),World Fairs and the Global Moulding of National Identities: International Exhibitions as Cultural Platforms, 1851–1958
  28. Gylfi Gunnlaugsson & Clarence E. Glad (eds.), Old Norse-Icelandic Philology and National Identity in the Long Nineteenth Century
  29. Tim van Gerven, Scandinavism: Overlapping and Competing Identities in the Nordic World, 1770-1919
  30. Terry Gunnell (ed.), Grimm Ripples: The Legacy of the Grimms’ Deutsche Sagen in Northern Europe

Prospective authors can approach either SPIN or the acquisitions editor at Brill for Modern/Cultural History.