Renaissance and Reformation is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, bilingual quarterly. The journal publishes articles and book reviews on all aspects of the Renaissance, Reformation, and Early Modern world: literature, geography, history, religion, art, music, society, and economics. Articles on related periods of history are also considered.
Managing Editor, [email protected]
Book Review Submissions
Prof. Renée-Claude Breitenstein, Associate Editor, [email protected]
Renaissance and Reformation
c/o Iter Press
J. P. Robarts Research Library
University of Toronto
130 St. George St.
Toronto, ON M5S 1A5
Publishers may send books for review to:
Prof. Renée-Claude Breitenstein
Associate Editor, Renaissance and Reformation
Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St. Catharines, Ontario
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Open Access Policy
Issues published in or before 2020 are openly accessible via Journal Production Services, University of Toronto Libraries.
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Back issues (40 issues)
Permanent archiving of articles on Érudit is provided by Portico.
Volume 42, Number 4, Fall 2019
Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola (1469–1533): Faith, Antiquity, and the Witch Hunt
Volume 42, Number 3, Summer 2019
Situating Conciliarism in Early Modern Spanish Thought
- Volume 42, Number 2, Spring 2019
Volume 42, Number 1, Winter 2019
Tensions à l’âge de l’imprimé : conflit et concurrence des publics dans la littérature française de la Renaissance
- Volume 42, Number 4, Fall 2019
Volume 40, Number 4, Fall 2017
Piety and Conflict in the Early Reformation
Volume 40, Number 3, Summer 2017
Translating Dramatic Texts in Sixteenth-Century England and France
- Volume 40, Number 2, Spring 2017
Volume 40, Number 1, Winter 2017
Comedy, Satire, Paradox, and the Plurality of Discourses in Cinquecento Italy
- Volume 40, Number 4, Fall 2017
Editorial policy and ethics
Articles are submitted to external double-blind review. In order to facilitate anonymous article evaluation, do not include author name(s) or other personal details in the body of the document.
Information for contributors
The journal welcomes previously unpublished articles in English or French on any aspect of the Renaissance, Reformation or Early Modern world. Prior to making a submission, authors should consult our Style Guide for Articles.
Please send articles, with abstracts, as e-mail attachments to the Managing Editor at [email protected]. Accepted file formats include .doc, .docx, and .rtf.
Kenneth Borris, McGill University (2020– )
Dennis Britton, University of New Hampshire (2021– )
Erin J. Campbell, University of Victoria (2020– )
Gianni Cicali, Georgetown University (2017– )
Luke Clossey, Simon Fraser University (2022– )
Elizabeth Cohen, York University (2013– )
Véronique Ferrer, Université Paris Nanterre (2021– )
Tamar Herzig, Tel Aviv University (2021– )
Elaine Leong, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte (2016– )
Christina Luckyj, Dalhousie University (2015– )
Ricardo Padrón, University of Virginia (2020– )
Erin Rowe, Johns Hopkins University (2022– )
Luc Vaillancourt, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (2013– )
Tristan Vigliano, Aix-Marseille Université (2021– )
Heather Easterling, President, Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society (2022-)
Kenneth Graham, President, Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (2022-)
Ethan Matt Kavaler, Director, Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, Victoria University (2022-)
Nicholas Terpstra, Chair, Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium (2022-)