CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Renaissance and Reformation


Source of Information: SOURCE 2005-01-27
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"Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme" now has a new editor, 
and a reconstituted editorial board which includes notable scholars from the 
UK and France, the US and Canada (see below).

Now in its fortieth year, "Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et 
Réforme" is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, bilingual quarterly. The 
journal publishes articles and reviews on all aspects of the Renaissance, 
Reformation, and Early Modern world: literature, geography, history, 
religion, art, music, society, and economics.

To mark this anniversary and to honour the achievement of its first editor, 
the journal is delighted to announce the launch of THE NATALIE ZEMON DAVIS 
PRIZE for the best essay published annually in "Renaissance and 
Reformation/Renaissance et Reforme". The value of the prize is $500 CAD. The 
winner will be selected by a subcommittee of the editorial board from among 
the essays published in each volume.

Editor:   Alan Shepard (Guelph)
Associate Editors:  Lesley Cormack (Alberta), Guy Poirier (Waterloo)
Book Reviews Editors: Elizabeth Sauer (Brock), François Rouget (Queen's)
Managing Editor: Michael O'Connor (CRRS)

EDITORIAL BOARD

Rolena Adorno (Yale)
Mark Burnett (Queen's, Belfast)
Denis Cosgrove (UCLA)
Jane Couchman (York)
Elizabeth Harvey (Toronto)
Margaret Healy (Sussex)
Judith Herz (Concordia)
Ronald Huebert (Dalhousie)
Margaret King (CUNY)
Alexander Leggatt (Toronto)
Frank Lestringant (Paris IV-Sorbonne)
Leah Marcus (Vanderbilt)
Anthony Pagden (UCLA)
François Paré (Waterloo)
François Rigolot (Princeton)
Paul Stevens (Toronto)
Joanna Woods-Marsden (UCLA)

For information: www.renref.ca
For sales and subscriptions: crrs.publications@utoronto.ca
For editorial matters: crrs.renref@utoronto.ca 

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