Iter is pleased to offer Iter Books, our collection of ebooks available for institutional subscription. The following book series are available; to purchase, contact Iter.
The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: The Toronto Series (full series, 2009-)
Margaret L. King and Albert Rabil, Jr., Series Co-Editors
Elizabeth H. Hageman, Series Co-Editor, English Texts
Published by Iter Academic Press and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies - Volume 36 (2015) →
Published by Iter and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto - Volume 1 (2009) to Volume 35 (2014)
In 1992 few dreamed that there were tens or indeed scores of continental European women authors writing between 1400 and 1700. In that year the University of Chicago Press (UCP) agreed to publish The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe series, initiated to make these women writers, and a smaller group of male advocates of women, writing in French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish, available in translated editions suitable for classroom use and general reading.
Over the years, the series title list has expanded to 175, 104 of which are published:
When complete, the Toronto Series will expand the number of French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish texts; will add texts written in English that require transcription but not translation; and will add some of the earliest texts written by women in Dutch, Polish, Portuguse, and Russian.
The Essays and Studies Series consists of monographs and well focused essay collections on Humanism, the Renaissance, and the Reformation. The Series seeks to promote not only current innovative scholarship, but also the interdisciplinary approach to research that has long been the hallmark of its publisher, the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (Victoria College, University of Toronto). Volumes accepted into the Series are all peer-reviewed and adhere to the highest scholarly standards.
New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (full series, 2008-)
Edited by William R. Bowen and Raymond G. Siemens
Published by Iter and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Most certainly, near the forefront of any examination of disciplinary pursuits in the academy today, among the many and very important issues being addressed one will inevitably find the role of computing and its integration into, and perhaps revolutionizing of, central methodological approaches. The series New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies addresses this context from both broad and narrow perspectives, with anticipated discussions rooted in literature, art history, musicology, culture, and more in the medieval and Renaissance periods.