Intersections is a peer-reviewed series on interdisciplinary topics in early modern studies. Contributions may come from any of the disciplines within the humanities, such as history, art history, literary history, book history, church history, social history, cultural history, and history of ideas. Each volume focuses on a single theme and consists of essays that explore new perspectives on the subject of study. The series aims to open up new areas of research on early modern culture and to address issues of interest to a wide range of disciplines.
Editorial Board W. van Anrooij, University of Leiden W. de Boer, Miami University Chr. Göttler, University of Bern J.L. de Jong, University of Groningen W.S. Melion, Emory University R. Seidel, J.-W. Goethe-University Frankfurt P.J. Smith, University of Leiden J. Thompson, Queen's University Belfast A. Traninger, Freie Universität Berlin C. Zittel, (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice / University of Stuttgart) C. Zwierlein, Freie Universität Berlin
“Intersections is an eminently useful […] series that collects recent scholarly essays on topics of interest to nearly every subfield in early modern studies.”
Anne Good, Reinhardt University. In: Itinerario, Vol. 35, No. 2 (August 2011), p. 106.