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Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies (MRTS)

Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies features the most forward-looking, vanguard research in medieval and renaissance studies including projects that are historically grounded and theoretically expansive, with the aim of fostering dialogues that reach into the present moment and point us to different, more inclusive, futures.

Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (ASMAR)

Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (Brepols Publishers, Belgium) is a series of books based on ACMRS's annual conference theme.


Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal publishes essays on women and gender spanning the late medieval through early modern periods from all geographical areas and across all relevant fields: European, African, Islamic, Asian, and colonial studies, as well as studies of literature, art, music, history, history of science, religion, and anthropology.

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History is a journal that provides an outlet for the publication of scholarship that often falls outside the limitations of other scholarly periodicals. We are particularly eager to publish interpretive and historiographical essays that explore the ramifications of current scholarship or that treat issues and themes of interest to any historian of the pre-modern period.
[Formerly published by AMS Press, Inc. To renew a subscription or standing order for SMRH, please email ACMRS].

Annali d'italianistica publishes every year a monographic volume on timely and fundamental topics focused on Italy’s literary culture from a broad historical, cultural, and literary perspective while seeking to promote the study of Italian literature and the Humanities in general, to foster scholarly excellence, and to select topics of interest to a large number of scholars

Laberinto is a peer-edited journal dedicated to the exploration of interdisciplinary connections among literary and cultural texts, as well as images of the Hispanic areas of influence during the early modern period.

Other Series and Projects

The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: Toronto series is a series co-published with ITER.

The Renaissance English Text Society (RETS) is an informal association of scholars who work together to recover and preserve in carefully edited, unmodernized texts significant non-dramatic writings in English (including original works or translations) from the period 1475-1660. In its publication programs, special consideration is given to works that have never been reprinted or, in the case of manuscripts, never printed.

French Renaissance Texts in Translation (FRENTT), edited by Phillip John Usher, came into official existence to publish quality English translations of Renaissance French texts (c.1480-c.1610) that are also scholarly editions.

Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile (ASMMF) is a project which makes available in microfiche nearly five hundred manuscripts containing Old English.