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.
The Times Literary Supplement said of Exemplaria that 'it breaks into new territory, while never compromising on scholarly quality'.
For general guidance on the publication process at Taylor & Francis please visit our Author Services website.
Exemplaria considers all manuscripts on the strict condition that
- the manuscript is your own original work and does not duplicate any other previously published work, including your own previously published work.
- the manuscript has been submitted only to Exemplaria; it is not under consideration or peer review, or accepted for publication or in press or published elsewhere.
- the manuscript contains nothing that is abusive, defamatory, libellous, obscene, fraudulent, or illegal.
For more information, visit the Instructions for authors page.
- Editor: Noah Guynn, University of California, Davis, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Editor: Patricia Clare Ingham, Indiana University, USA (email@example.com)
- Editor: Elizabeth Scala, University of Texas-Austin, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Editor: Anke Bernau, University of Manchester, UK (email@example.com )
- Book Review Editor: Robert Mills, University College London, UK