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Reminder: current Renaissance Quarterly content available only through U
of C Press


Kevin Stacey <>


Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:28:01 -0500

*With apologies for cross posting*

The University of Chicago Press reminds library subscribers that current
content for Renaissance Quarterly (RQ) is now available only through
direct subscriptions with the Press. Subscribers who previously accessed
current content through Project MUSE or other providers should contact
Press customer service
(<> or (877)
705-1878) or their agents to renew their subscriptions.

The March 2009 issue of RQ marked the first to be published under a
partnership between University of Chicago Press and The Renaissance
Society of America. Since its founding fifty-five years ago, RQ has been
published by the Society. With its move to the Press, the journal's
online edition now features active reference linking, online-only
enhancements such as color images, audio and video files, appendices,
and other ancillary material, and all of the journal's back content.

RQ publishes twelve to sixteen articles a year and about four hundred
reviews that use the lenses of multiple disciplines-from art history to
the history of science to women's and gender studies-to view the
Renaissance. While firmly committed to publishing the best research on
the Italian and Northern Renaissance, spanning the period of 1300-1650
in Western history, RQ welcomes scholars who explore new methodologies.
An upcoming paper will explore the transmission of Renaissance culture
to the Americas.

For more information please visit RQ's home on the web: For subscription
information, please contact<> or (877) 705-1878.

Kevin Stacey
Publicity Manager
University of Chicago Press
Journals Division
P: 773-834-0386
F: 773-702-0172<><>