Volumes & Issues
The Seventeenth Century
The Seventeenth Century
Journal Title: The Seventeenth Century
ISSN: 0268-117X
ISSN Online: 2050-4616
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: The Seventeenth Century is established as the leading forum for interdisciplinary approaches to the period, and complements these with stimulating specialist studies on a wide range of subjects. The journal is international in its scope. There is a general preference for articles embodying original research.

All contributions should be accessible to scholars who are not specialists in the field concerned. Subjects covered include literature, political and economic history, social history, theology, philosophy, colonial history, natural sciences, music, and the visual arts. There is substantial coverage of book reviews; the journal also publishes review articles and surveys of recent research. From time to time special issues will be devoted to one theme or topic, although the journal normally aims for a broad spread of interest in each issue. The Seventeenth Century is listed in the Thomson Reuters Arts & Humanities Citation Index.®
Peer Review Policy
All peer review is single blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.
Subjects Covered & Scope: 17th Century Literature; Art & Visual Culture; Arts; Early Modern History 1500-1750; History; History of Art; Humanities; Language & Literature; Literature; Literature by Period; Religious History; Renaissance; Routledge Collection
Editor Board:
General Editor: Professor Richard Maber, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Durham University, Elvet Riverside, New Elvet, Durham, DH1 3JT, UK
email: R.G.Maber@durham.ac.uk

Associate Editors:
Christopher Brooks, Durham University, UK
Alan Ford, Nottingham University, UK
Paul Hammond, Leeds University, UK

Editorial Board:
Alan Cromartie, University of Reading, UK
Martin Dzelzainis, University of Leicester, UK
Howard Hotson, St Anne’s College, Oxford, UK
Michael Hunter, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
David Knight, Durham University, UK
Andrew McRae, University of Exeter, UK
Gwenda Morgan, Newcastle University, UK
Timothy Raylor, Carleton College, Minnesota, USA
Keith Wrightson, Yale University, USA
 
Books sent for review should be addressed to the General Editor.

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