understood from a contemporary perspective. How does the Journal of Early Modern History handle religion in the face of Eurocentrism and presentism? Some journals we receive in hard copy, but in the virtual academic world reading typically involves journals pouring their contents into a river called
Identity, Memory and Counter-Reformation
Edited by James E. Kelly and Susan Royal
The interdisciplinary collection brings together scholars from history, literary, and art history backgrounds. Consisting of eleven essays and an afterword by the late John Bossy, the book underlines the significance of early modern English Catholicism as a contributor to national and European Counter-Reformation culture.
Sietske Fransen, Niall Hodson and Karl A.E. Enenkel
This volume illustrates how the act of translating texts and images was an essential component in the circulation and exchange of scientific knowledge. It also makes apparent that translation was hardly ever an end in itself; rather it was also a livelihood, a way of promoting the translator’s own ideas, and a means of establishing the connections that in turn constituted far-reaching scientific networks.
The Interplay between Scholarly Reflection and Artistic Production
Edited by Alicia Montoya, Sophie van Romburgh and Wim van Anrooij
Contributors include: Mette Bruun, Peter Damian-Grint, Anne-Marie De Gendt, Daphne Hoogenboezem, Tiphaine Karsenti, Joost Keizer, Waldemar Kowalski, Elena Lombardi, Coen Maas, Pieter Mannaerts, Christoph Pieper, Jacomien Prins, Adam Shear, Paul Smith, Martin Spies, Andrea Worm, and Aurélie Zygel-Basso.
Early Modern Manuscripts (RAL-2)
This extraordinary collection comprises early modern manuscripts from the former Benedictine Abbey of Rheinau in the Swiss canton of Zurich.
This collection is also included in the Rheinau Abbey's Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts collection.
Ongoing Trends, Global Directions
historians of early modern Europe in 2017, we are looking at the five hundredth anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and at a moment of increasing globalization as well as growing interest in global research in history. Both these trends have implications for the future of the field of early modern
Proprietary Ventures in the Atlantic World, 1500-1750
Edited by Louis Roper and Bertrand Van Ruymbeke
Contributors include: Mickaël Augeron, Kenneth Banks, Sarah Barber, Philip Boucher, Olivier Caporossi, Leslie Choquette, David Dewar, Jaap Jacobs, Maxine N. Lurie, Debra A. Meyers, L.H. Roper, James O’Neil Spady, Bertrand Van Ruymbeke, Cécile Vidal, and Laurent Vidal.
Edited by Walter Melion and Lee Palmer Wandel
Contributors include: Tom Conley, Walter Melion, José Rabasa, Lee Palmer Wandel, Michel Weemans, Nicolás Wey Gómez, and Neil Whitehead.
Edited by Tawrin Baker, Sven Dupré, Sachiko Kusukawa and Karin Leonhard
Contributors include: Tawrin Baker, Barbara H. Berrie, Fokko Jan Dijksterhuis, Karin Leonhard, Andrew Morrall, Doris Oltrogge, Valentina Pugliano, Anna Marie Roos, Romana Sammern (Filzmoser) and Simon Werrett.