Sixteenth Century Journal
In publication since 1969, The Sixteenth Century Journal (SCJ) is one of the leading international journals in Early Modern Studies. Although the SCJ is an independent corporation, the SCSC and the SCJ have enjoyed close relationship for over 40 years. Members of the SCSC received the SCJ as a benefit of membership.
Each year SCJ prints twenty-five to thirty articles of original research and over four hundred book reviews. The SCJ is dedicated to providing readers with thought-provoking research and inquiry into the sixteenth century broadly defined (i.e., 1450-1648). Our articles all maintain a strong historical core and cover subjects from around the world. We welcome submissions.
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Interactions in the Early Modern Age Book Series
We invite works that broaden our understanding of the ways in which people in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries encountered a world in transition. New religious expressions, technological advances, emerging cross-continental empires, environmental and social upheavals, and interactions among previously unconnected peoples and states both demanded and created a new world view; promoting change among some, retrenchment among others. Books in this series explore these changes, and their reception, from multiple perspectives. Topics covered include women and gender, race and ethnicity, religious expression and dissent, popular culture, technology, economics, politics and power, war and military practice.
Questions or submissions should be directed to:
Series Editor, David Whitford, Baylor University or Penn State University Press Executive Editor, Eleanor H. Goodman.
More Information may be found on the Series Website: https://www.psupress.org/books/series/book_SeriesInteractionsintheEarlyModernAge.html