Huntington Library Quarterly
Studies in English and American History and LiteratureSusan Green
The Huntington Library Quarterly
publishes articles on the literature, history, and art of the sixteenth
to eighteenth centuries in Britain and America, with special emphasis
- the interactions of literature, politics, and religion;
- the social and political contexts of literary and art history;
- textual and bibliographical studies, including the history of printing and publishing;
- American studies, through the early nineteenth century; and
- the performance history of drama and music.
journal also publishes book reviews and review articles on important
work in early modern studies. The Intramuralia section now reports
comprehensively on the Huntington's acquisitions of rare books,
manuscripts, and ephemera.
Special issues of the journal include "Reason, Evidence, and Erudition in Early Modern Europe" (edited by Mordechai Feingold), "Sesquicentennial Impressions: A Celebration of Leaves of Grass
(1860)" (edited by Karen Karbiener), "The Textuality and Materiality of Reading in Early Modern England" (edited by Jennifer Richards and Fred Schurink), "Supplement to the Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library
(compiled by Peter Kidd), "Prison Writings in Early Modern England"
(edited by William H. Sherman and William J. Sheils), "Religion and
Cultural Transformation in Early Modern England" (edited by Lorna
Clymer), "The Places and Spaces of Early Modern London" (edited by
Deborah Harkness and Jean E. Howard), and "The Uses of History in Early
Modern England" (edited by Paulina Kewes).
Tables of contents, sample articles, current subscription rates, and
complete ordering information for subscriptions and single copies are
available through the University of California Press. Copies of the Supplement to the Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library are available for $20 from the Huntington Library Press.
The Huntington Library Quarterly
received a top award in the 2009 competition of Council of Editors of
Learned Journals (CELJ) for the special issue "Prison Writings in Early
Modern England" (HLQ vol. 72, no. 2).
Guidelines for Submission
working in the history, literature, or art history of the early modern
period are encouraged to submit manuscripts of articles for
consideration by the journal. We seek outstanding archivally based work,
regardless of where it is researched. Scholars of American studies
through 1830 are especially encouraged to submit article manuscripts.
- For Notes and Documents we seek either short pieces on specific
subjects or pieces of up to fifteen thousand words devoted to the
content of archival materials (including transcriptions of manuscripts).
- Both article manuscripts and Notes and Documents pieces must include an
- E-mail transmission (email@example.com) is welcome, but illustrations must be provided in hard copy. If an e-mail submission is not acknowledged within a week, contact the editor by telephone (626) 405-2174 or letter to Susan Green, Huntington Library Quarterly, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA 91108.
Thomas Cogswell, University of California, Riverside
Joseph A. Dane, University of Southern California
Barbara Donagan, Huntington Library
Robert N. Essick, University of California, Riverside
Mordechai Feingold, California Institute of Technology
Cynthia Herrup, University of Southern California
Steve Hindle, W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research, Huntington Library
Lawrence E. Klein, Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Peter C. Mancall, University of Southern California
Robert C. Ritchie, Huntington Library
William H. Sherman, University of York
Howard Weinbrot, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Sara K. Austin
Heidi Brayman Hackel, University of California, Riverside
- Reason, Evidence, and Erudition in Early Modern Europe, edited by Mordechai Feingold (2011)
- Sesquicentennial Impressions: A Celebration of Leaves of Grass (1860), edited by Karen Karbiener (2010)
- The Textuality and Materiality of Reading in Early Modern England, edited by Jennifer Richards and Fred Schurink (2010)
- Supplement to the Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library, compiled by Peter Kidd (2009)
- Prison Writings in Early Modern England, edited by William H. Sherman and William J. Sheils (2009)
- Religion and Cultural Transformation in Early Modern England, edited by Lorna Clymer (2008)
- The Places and Spaces of Early Modern London, edited by Deborah Harkness and Jean E. Howard (2008)
- Railing Rhymes: Politics and Poetry in Early Stuart England, edited by Andrew McRae (2006)
- The Uses of History in Early Modern England, edited by Paulina Kewes (2005)
- Early Tudor Manuscript and Print, edited by Alexandra Gillespie (2004)
- Print, Propaganda, Royalism (2004)
- Studies in the Cultural History of Letter Writing, edited by Linda Mitchell and Susan Green (2003)
- Reconsidering the Bluestockings, edited by Nicole Pohl and Betty Schellenberg (2003)