Book Series

Early Modern Cultural Studies

Early Modern Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed book series that explores the complexities of the early modern world. Early modernity is broadly conceived as the period from around 1300 to 1700. The series welcomes monographs and edited volumes that shed new light on and adopt new approaches to the histories and cultural products of this period.

General Editor: Ethan Matt KavalerUniversity of Toronto

Essays & Studies

Essays and Studies was launched in 2002. It publishes peer-reviewed monographs and thematic collections of essays.

Series Editor: Konrad EisenbichlerUniversity of Toronto

Texts in Translation

Texts in Translation began in 1985 and provides inexpensive English translations (with introductions and notes) of Renaissance and Reformation treatises.

Series Editor: Konrad EisenbichlerUniversity of Toronto

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Tudor and Stuart Texts

The Tudor and Stuart Texts series began in 1996 and is designed to provide accessible critical editions of English treatises that are not readily available to students and teachers.

Series Editor: Joseph Khoury, St. Francis Xavier University

Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society

Publications of the Barnabe Riche Society was published under the imprint of Dovehouse Publications from 1992 to 2004. The series provides critical editions of early English prose fiction with extensive introductions, modernized spelling and punctuation, glosses, textual annotations, and reading notes in paperback format for library and classroom usage. 

Series Editor: Donald Beecher, Carleton University

151 pp / Paperback / ISBN 978-0-7727-2140-2 / August 2013 / $19.00 (Outside Canada, please pay in US$)

Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation

Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation provides well-known and lesser-known plays from the European Renaissance, most of them appearing in English translation for the first time. All are presented with introductions, bibliographies and reading notes, and are excellent for courses in theatre history, Renaissance culture, or comparative literature. The series was published under the imprint of Dovehouse Publications from 1985 to 2004. In 2009, the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies began publishing volumes in the series. 

Series Editor: Donald Beecher, Carleton University

Occasional Publications

Occasional Publications is the oldest of the CRRS series, established in 1979. There are currently three available titles in the series.

Series Editor: William Bowen, University of Toronto

The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe

The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe was established by its founding co-editors at the University of Chicago Press in 1996, where 60 titles were published in the Chicago Series. From 2009-2014 The Other Voice was co-published by CRRS and Iter Press as the Toronto Series (with fresh volume numbering). The Toronto Series was continued in 2015-2020 by Iter Press and ACMRS Press, and from 2021 is being published by Iter Press.

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Series Editor: Margaret L. King, City University of New York
Founding Co-Editor: Albert Rabil, Jr. (1934-2021)