January 11, 2011
Hannibal Hamlin writes:
I’m pleased to announce the publication of Reformation 15 (2010), the first issue under my sole editorship, with Helen Parish editing the Reviews section. The issue is online at our website (http://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/Reformation), and print copies should be on their way to libraries and subscribers, and generally available shortly. Contents are listed below.
Submissions are now welcome for vol. 16 (2011) on all topics related to the Reformation period. We continue to be interested in research on aspects of early modern religion, in the fields of history, literature, art history, music, theology, the history of the book, and indeed most fields, but our purview is wide. I encourage scholars to push our envelope! 2011 is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Bible, or Authorized Version; lectures, conferences, exhibitions, television and radio programs, publications and other events will commemorate this anniversary on both sides of the Atlantic (for listings see http://www.kingjamesbibletrust.org/). Reformation thus extends a special invitation this year for submissions on early modern Bibles, Bible translation, and the literary and cultural influence of the Bible.