Launched in 1989, Exemplaria publishes papers that reconsider the methods and aims of scholarship on the medieval and early modern periods, broadly conceived. Authors are invited to submit work that promotes the journal’s interpretive aims and moves, engages critical theories, or otherwise seeks to sharpen the edges of current intellectual or literary debates. The editors are committed to a rigorous, productive, and strictly double-blind process of peer review, which is usually completed within three months.
Why publish with us?
"It breaks into new territory, while never compromising on scholarly quality."
- The Times Literary Supplement on Exemplaria
In addition to the prestige of publishing in this unique journal, authors receive the following benefits:
- Validate your research through a robust peer review process
- Increase your opportunities for future collaboration
- Share your research with 50 free e-prints and tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Resources site
- Immediately see the impact your research made in the community: track downloads, citations, and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works
- And much more!
Find out how to submit by visiting the Instructions for Authors page.
We sincerely thank you for encouraging the discussion and study of Medieval and Early Modern theory and look forward to receiving your manuscript!
- Editor: Anke Bernau, University of Manchester, UK (firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Editor: Andrea Denny-Brown, University of California, Riverside, USA (email@example.com)
- Editor: Patricia Clare Ingham, Indiana University, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Editor: Elizabeth Scala, University of Texas-Austin, USA (email@example.com)
- Editor: Randy P. Schiff, University of Buffalo, SUNY, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Book Review Editor: Robert Mills, University College London, UK (email@example.com)