Cécile de Morrée commissions books on Medieval and Early Modern History and Culture. She has worked at several academic publishing companies from 2008 onwards. After obtaining her PhD in 2017, she is now an Assistant Professor in Middle Dutch Literature at Radboud University (The Netherlands), as well as the editor-in-chief of the Yearbook for Dutch Book History. Her research profile, which includes numerous peer-reviewed articles and an academic monograph, focuses on song studies, book history, festive culture, religiosity, performance, and gender. As an editor, Cécile welcomes book proposals from all disciplines in the Humanities. She keeps an open mind for new methodological perspectives and is always interested in exploring innovative publishing projects.