Huntington Library Quarterly


Huntington Library Quarterly

Published by the University of California Press for The Huntington Library

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 on:

* 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.

The 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.

Current special issues of the journal include "Reconsidering the
Bluestockings" (edited by Nicole Pohl and Betty A. Schellenberg), and "The
Cultural History of Letter-Writing." Forthcoming in 2004 are "Print and
Politics in the Seventeenth Century" and "Early Tudor Manuscript and Print"
(edited by Alexandra Gillespie). In 2005, "The Languages of History in Early
Modern England" (edited by Paulina Kewes) is planned.

ISSN: 0018-7895

Address manuscripts to:

Susan Green
Editor, Huntington Library Press
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108

Phone Numbers:

(626) 405-2174
Fax: (626) 585-0794

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Content available by subscription. Free sample article available online.

Current Issue: March 2004 (Volume 67, Number 1)

Date: 25 June 2004

Original posting date: 
Friday, June 25, 2004
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