Founded in 2000 by David Siar and Crystal Bartolovich, Early Modern Culture strives to create something like the active and on-going inquiry of a good seminar. Hence, the journal publishes works-in-progress by major scholars in early modern studies, along with a set of responses from readers.
Tigerprints hosts volumes ten through fourteen. Issues one through nine were lost during a server move, and can only be recovered via the Wayback Machine. Search for "emc.eserver.org."
As of 2019, Early Modern Culture is no longer accepting submissions.
Current Volume: Volume 14 (2019) First-Generation Shakespeare
L(E)arned Empowerment: Memorizing Shakespeare for First-Generation Students
William Dean Clement
A Pleasant Seat at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Macbeth
The Making of a Tyrant: Seattle Shakespeare Company and upstart crow collective’s Richard III
Ivy Jong, Emily Boynton, Caroline Craighead, Mina Gibbs, Mary Lawrence, Sydney Haas, and Emily Brown
Questioning the Ways of Milton: Stratford Festival’s Paradise Lost
Manuel Antonio Jacquez
- Will Stockton
- "First-Generation Shakespeare" Seminar
- Rebecca Olson and Stephanie Pietros
- Book and Theater Reviews
- Niamh O'Leary