Quidditas, the annual, on-line journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association (http://humanities.byu.edu/rmmra) invites submissions from scholars of Medieval and Renaissance disciplines: literature, history, art, music, philosophy, religion, languages, rhetoric, Islamic and New World cultures, and comparative and interdisciplinary studies.
Quidditas also now features a “Notes” section for short articles (2 to 5 pages) pertaining to factual research, bibliographical and/or archival matters, corrections and suggestions, pedagogy and other matters pertaining to the research and teaching of Medieval and Renaissance disciplines. Our “Books” section seeks short (2 to 3 pages) essays describing texts and other books instructors have found especially valuable in teaching upper level courses in Medieval and Renaissance disciplines. We also welcome longer literature-review articles. Membership in the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association is not required for submission or publication.
Submissions are peer-reviewed. Submissions must not have been published elsewhere. Long articles should be 20 to 30 double-spaced manuscript pages. Long articles, notes, and literature-review articles should follow The Chicago Manual of Style (15th ed.), footnote format. The author’s name must not appear within the text. A brief (200 word) abstract should accompany all long articles. A cover letter containing the author’s name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and title of paper must accompany all submissions.
E-mail submissions in Microsoft Word are accepted, but should be followed by two hard copies. Please send submissions for articles and notes to:
Professor James H. Forse, editor
Department of History
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Please send submissions for our Books section to:
Professor Jennifer L. McNabb, books editor
Department of History
Western Illinois University
McComb, IL 61455
Authors of accepted works will be asked to supply a copy of the manuscript compatible with Microsoft Word on a CD.
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