|Welcome to the Journal of the Northern Renaissance. JNR is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to the study of the full variety of early modern Northern European cultural practices. We place a special emphasis upon questioning the derivation of our inherited paradigms and upon exploring alternative conceptualisations, geographies and periodisations of the Renaissance.
11. Imagineering Violence (2020)
here. Guest-edited by Cornelis van der Haven and Karel Vanhaesebrouck: read their editorial
12. Communities and Margins in Early Modern Scotland (2021)
here. Guest-edited by Laura Doak and Rebecca Mason: read their editorial
Latest book reviews
☞ Giovanna Guidicini, Triumphal Entries and Festivals in Early Modern Scotland (Brepols, 2020) ~ reviewed by Michael Bath
☞ A. McRae and P. Schwyzer (eds), Poly-Olbion: New Perspectives (Boydell & Brewer, 2020) ~ reviewed by Sukanya Dasgupta
☞ Baird Tipson, Inward Baptism: The Theological Origins of Evangelicalism (OUP, 2020) ~ reviewed by Ryan Shelton
Highlights from the JNR archive
☞ ‘A unique instance of art’: The Proliferating Surfaces of Early Modern Paper ~ Helen Smith
☞ Remembering Aemilia Lanyer ~ Kate Chedgzoy
☞ The Idea of North ~ Andrew Hadfield
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