Publishing Information, Journal Availability, EMLS Contact AddressesEditorial Group
EMLS (ISSN 1201-2459) is published three times a year for the on-line academic community by agreement with the University of British Columbia's English Department, and with the support of the University's Library and Arts Computing Centre.
EMLS does not appear in print form, but can be obtained free of charge, along with Interactive EMLS and EMLS On-Line Resources, in hypertextual format on the World Wide Web at
http://purl.oclc.org/emls/emlshome.html (which links to our page at http://www.library.ubc.ca/emls/emlshome.html)and by electronic mail subscription by sending a message to
- Journal E-mail Subscription: To subscribe to the version of EMLS that is distributed through electronic mail, please send a message including your name, affiliation, and electronic mail address to Subscribe_EMLS@arts.ubc.ca.
- Journal Information, Comments, Mailing List: For more information, to join our mailing list, or to offer your comments on EMLS, please contact our Editorial Assistant at Ed_Asst_EMLS@arts.ubc.ca.
- Site Information, Comments, &c.: All correspondence pertaining to our site may be sent to our Electronic Editors at Webmaster_EMLS@arts.ubc.ca.
- Editor: Correspondence to the Editor may be sent to EMLS@arts.ubc.ca.
- Hard-copy correspondence may be addressed to:
- Early Modern Literary Studies, Department of English, University of British Columbia, #397 - 1873 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6T 1Z1.
- Fax: (604) 822-6906.Submission Information
The EMLS Editorial Group is representative of the on-line academic community as a whole and includes scholars with wide-ranging interests and experience, from junior to well-established senior academics.
Senior Editorial and Advisory Board:
- Gordon Campbell, University of Leicester
- Hardy M. Cook III, Bowie State University
- Roy Flannagan, Ohio University
- W. L. Godshalk, University of Cincinnati
- Ian Lancashire, New College, University of Toronto
- Graham Parry, University of York, England
- Paul G. Stanwood, University of British Columbia
- John Archer, University of New Hampshire
- Richard W. Bailey, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Glenn Black, Oriel College, Oxford
- Ronald Bond, University of Calgary
- Luc Borot, Centre d'Etudes et de Récherches sur la Renaissance Anglaise, Université Paul-Valery, Montpellier, France
- Douglas Bruster, University of Texas, San Antonio
- Thomas Corns, University of Wales, Bangor
- Peter Donaldson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- A.S.G. Edwards, University of Victoria
- Jane Finnan, University of Toronto
- Antonia Forster, University of Akron
- John K. Hale, University of Otago, New Zealand
- Robert S. Knapp, Reed College
- F.J. Levy, University of Washington
- Lawrence Manley, Yale University
- John Manning,University of Wales, Lampeter
- Mark Morton, University of Winnipeg
- Stephen Orgel, Stanford University
- Milla Riggio, Trinity College, CT
- Alan Rudrum, Simon Fraser University
- Raymond G. Siemens, University of British Columbia
- Patricia Badir, University of British Columbia (Reviews)
- Joanne Woolway, Oriel College, Oxford (EMLS, Interactive EMLS)
- Sean Lawrence, University of British Columbia
- Catherine Lyons, Oxford University
- Jennifer Read, University of British Columbia
- Richard Bear, University of Oregon (Managing Editor, Discussion Groups)
- David L. Gants, University of Virginia (Managing Editor, Electronic Texts)
- Joseph Jones, University of British Columbia
- Jeff Miller, University of British Columbia (Managing Editor)
- David Thomson, University of British Columbia
- Perry Willett, Indiana University (Managing Editor, On-line Resources)
EMLS invites contributions of critical essays on literary topics and of interdisciplinary studies which centre on literature and literary culture in English during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Contributions, including critical essays and studies (which must be accompanied by a 250 word abstract), bibliographies, notices, letters to the editor, and other materials, may be submitted to the editor by electronic mail at EMLS@arts.ubc.ca or by regular mail at Early Modern Literary Studies, Department of English, University of British Columbia, #397 - 1873 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6T 1Z1; reviews and materials for review may be sent to the associate editor (reviews) at Review_Editor_EMLS@arts.ubc.ca or by regular mail at the same address. Brief hard-copy correspondence may be sent by fax to (604) 822-6906.
Electronic mail submissions are accepted in ASCII format. Regular mail submissions of material on-disk are accepted in ASCII, Wordperfect, or Microsoft Word format; hard-copy submissions must be accompanied by electronic copies, either on-disk or via electronic mail, and will not be returned. All submissions must follow the current Modern Language Association Handbook, in addition to the following conventions used by Early Modern Literary Studies for ASCII text: <b>bold text</b> is indicated by tags which surround the text that is to appear in bold, likewise with <i>italicized text</i>, <u>underlined text</u>, and <sup>superscript</sup>; superscript is used for note numbers in the text, and notes themselves appear at the end of the document. A document outlining the representation of non-ASCII characters is available on-site or by request.
Materials published in EMLS are © R.G. Siemens (Editor, EMLS).
For more information regarding submission of materials, send a message to Ed_Asst_EMLS@arts.ubc.ca.