[Milton-L] Reformation 18.1

Hannibal Hamlin hamlin.hannibal at gmail.com
Wed Feb 19 16:19:58 EST 2014

Apologies for cross-posting, and for the slightly delayed, if no less
enthusiastic, announcement.

*Reformation* 18.1 (Dec. 2013) is now available, both in print and online (
http://essential.metapress.com/content/g6686r821518/). A reminder that we
are now publishing twice annually. Our spring issue (19.1), shortly going
to press, will feature, among other pieces, the second part of the forum on
John Bale, as well as a pair of articles on John Milton's *De doctrina
Christiana* by John K. Hale and J. Donald Cullington. Submissions for
future issues are encouraged in all the many scholarly areas of the
Reformation period.

*Reformation* 18.1 (Dec. 2013)


*Special Forum on John Bale, Part 1*

Guest Ed. Mark Rankin

“Introduction: The Presence of John Bale in Tudor Historical and Literary
Scholarship,” Mark Rankin

“John Bale and the Practice of Drama,” Peter Happé

“Narrative and the Nature of Reading in John Bale’s Response to a
Sixteenth-Century Reader of *The Vocacyon of Johan Bale* (1553),” Mark

“John Bale: Bibliographer between Trithemius and the Four Horsemen,”
Christopher Warner

“Macbeth and Protestant Predestination,” Jason Gleckman

“The Word as an Artifact of Remembrance: Joyce Hales, John Bradford, and a
Bible,” Michael F. Graham and Gretchen E. Minton

“Cuthbert Tunstal, Thomas More, John Fisher, and the Burning of William
Tyndale’s 1526 *New Testament*,” Jan James Martin

*Review Articles*

“Original Biblical Texts and Medieval Translations,” Yekaterina Yakovenko

“Creating and Re-creating the Parameters in Reformation Studies,” Lucy

“Scholarship, Faith, Miracles, and Printing in the Reformation,” Luka Ilić

“The Cinematic Construction of Early Modern Religions,” Richard Walsh

“The Reformation of Pedagogy: A Conversation with James Simpson,” Taylor

“Devotional Practices in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance,” Barbara A.

Hannibal Hamlin
Associate Professor of English
Author of *The Bible in Shakespeare*, now available through all good
bookshops, or direct from Oxford University Press at
Editor, *Reformation*
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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