[Milton-L] CFP for Reformation

John Hale john.hale at stonebow.otago.ac.nz
Mon Sep 7 17:34:03 EDT 2009


Quoting Hannibal Hamlin <hamlin.hannibal at gmail.com>:
Dear Hannibal:
I am working on an edition and translation of Milton's De Doctrina for  
the new Complete Milton coming from Oxford U.P. In the nature of  
things, I have a growing number of parerga which I should like to be  
read by your sort of readers as well as by Milton specialists. So in  
answer to your probe here, can you give me an indication whether you  
would prefer first refusal of specialist studies, of the philological  
sort needed by an edition, or of broader studies trying to relate  
Milton's treatise to the biblical and theological studies of his day.  
The first kind are simpler to generate, but narrower, while on the  
second I would have to describe and present Milton's work for your  
readers to carry on the comparative work.
Best wishes
John K. Hale


> Friends and Colleagues,
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> I will be assuming the editorship of *Reformation* as of its next issue
> (vol. 15, 2010), and I invite you to submit articles in any area of
> scholarship relating to the Reformation era, broadly considered.
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> The journal continues to feature articles treating matters religious
> (Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim). However, we encourage submissions
> not just in religious history and theology, but in literary studies, art
> history and architecture, music, biblical scholarship, translation, and
> social, political and intellectual history. Interdisciplinary approaches are
> especially welcome.
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> *Reformation* is published annually (in print and online) by Equinox, and is
> sponsored by the Tyndale Society. Past contributors include William Kennedy,
> Judith Anderson, Patrick Collinson, David Daniell, Andrew Hadfield, Tatiana
> String, Christopher Hill, Brian Cummings, Willy Maley, Diarmaid McCulloch,
> David Norton, Anne Lake Prescott, Greg Walker, Phebe Jensen and other
> distinguished scholars.
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> All articles are peer-reviewed, and we promise a timely turn-around.
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> Details about submissions can be found on the journal?s website (
> http://www.equinoxjournals.com/ojs/index.php/reformation) or by contacting
> me directly at reformation at osu.edu.
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> Dr Helen Parrish will be Book Review Editor and Associate Editor, and books
> for review should be sent to her at the Department of History, University of
> Reading.
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> Please feel free to circulate this invitation in any medium.
>
>
> Hannibal Hamlin
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> --
> Hannibal Hamlin
> Associate Professor of English
> The Ohio State University
> 164 West 17th Ave., 421 Denney Hall
> Columbus, OH 43210-1340
> hamlin.22 at osu.edu/
> hamlin.hannibal at gmail.com
>





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