Mihoko Suzuki, Professor of English and Director of the Center for the Humanities, Anne Cruz, Professor of Spanish, and Mary Lindemann, Professor of History, all of the University of Miami, Coral Gables will assume editorship of the Journal, beginning June 1, 2011.
All submissions should now be sent to:
Director, Center for the Humanities
PO BOX 248292
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124
305-284-5623, 1557 (office)
Visit the new journal website: http://humanities.miami.edu/publications/
The editors would like to thank the many people who supported EMWJ from its inception until now. They are too many to list by name, but one among them deserves special mention: a very special thank you to Michele Eastman, Assistant President at the University of Maryland for her unwavering and generous support of the Journal. We are also grateful to the members of the Editorial Board for their contribution to the success of the Journal, and to all our authors. readers, and reviewers.
We would also like to take this occasion to salute the new editors—Mary Lindemann, Mihoko Suzuki, and Anne Cruz—for their boldness of vision and energetic leadership.We look forward to watching the Journal develop under their editorship. May they find their collaboration as rewarding, collegial, and enriching as ours has been.
Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal is the only journal devoted solely to the interdisciplinary and global study of women and gender during the years 1400 to 1700.
Volume 5, now in print, includes essays by:
- Linda C. Hults
- Elisa Oh
- Naomi McAreavey
- Tara Pedersen
- Anne E. Duggan
Volume 5 also includes a forum on sex and the early modern women, bibliographies of recent German publications in early modern women studies, two art exhibition reviews (one on Judith Leister and one on Antoinette Bouzonnet Stella), a review of the Attending to Early Modern Women Conference 2009, and and book reviews.
View the Contents for Volume 5 (2010)
Volume 4 includes essays by:
- Joanne H. Wright
- Peter Matheson
- Holly Hurlburt
- Amber Youell
Volume 4 also includes a forum on early modern women and material culture, bibliographies of recent Italian publications in early modern women studies, an art exhibition review on Renaissance art and objects depicting marriage and love, and book reviews.
View the Contents for Volume 4 (2009)
(Out of print)
Volume 3 includes essays by:
- Linda Austern
- Cristina Alfar
- Anne Larsen
- Katja-Altpeter Jones
- Helen Hills
Volume 3 also includes a forum on the rise of the mercantile economy and early modern women, bibliographies of recent French and Spanish publications in early modern women studies, an art exhibition review on the image of women in Old Master works on display in the Spaigthwood Galleries, and book reviews.
View the Contents for Volume 3 (2008)
Volume 2 includes essays by:
- Christopher Martin
- Grace Fong
- Anne Dunlop
- Katherine R. Larson
- Elizabeth S. Cohen
- Suzanne Cusick
Volume 2 also includes a review, by Marjorie Och, of the “Italian Women Artists from Renaissance to Baroque” exhibition at the National Museum for Women in the Arts, as well as an extensive bibliography of publications in English in Early Modern Women’s Studies from 2004 through 2006.
View the Contents for Volume 2 (2007)
(Out of print)
This inaugural volume includes book reviews of key new studies in the field as well as essays by:
- Margaret P. Hannay
- Cristelle L. Baskins
- Susan Laningham
- John J. Conley
- Elizabeth Mazzola
- Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks
View the Contents for Volume 1 (2006)
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Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal is
sponsored by the Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies,
the College of Arts and Humanities, the Department of Women's
Studies, and the Department of English at the University of Maryland,
the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and
the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women. For further
support, EMWJ thanks the Sixteenth Century Society and
Conference. The EMWJ Board
of Advisors unites elected representatives from the Society
for the Study of Early Modern Women and the Planning Committee
for the Attending to Early Modern Women symposium series.