Welcome to Early Modern Low Countries (EMLC), a multidisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the study of the early modern Low Countries. We publish state-of-the-art scholarship on any aspect of the turbulent history and vibrant culture of the region from about 1500 to 1830 from a variety of perspectives.
The first issue of EMLC will be published in the Summer of 2017. EMLC appears in two installments annually.
EMLC has its origins in a cooperation between two leading journals on the Low Countries, De Zeventiende Eeuw and De Achttiende Eeuw. Please visit the most recent issues of DZE here; the remainder of the archive can be found here. The archive of DAE can be found here.
During the early modern period, the Low Countries were major players on the world stage, and a hotbed of momentous cultural, economic, philosophical, religious and political changes and innovations. Flemish and Dutch artists, authors, and scholars made influential contributions to international cultural movements and the Scientific Revolution. EMLC aspires to contribute to the study of this crucial region from multidisciplinary perspectives and within global contexts.
The editors invite scholars working in this field to submit a paper of 6-8,000 words. Both case studies and theoretical or programmatic articles will be considered for publication.
EMLC publishes all articles in Open Access, allowing authors to retain their rights and distribute their articles as they please. All articles will be rigorously peer-reviewed and edited. We do not charge Article Processing Fees (APCs).
Please see the full Call for Articles for more information.
Posted on 17 Mar 2017More Announcements