Renaissance and Reformation journal

Just discovered that Renaissance and Reformation journal, published by Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, provides permanent free access to its archives from the first issue in 1964 to 2005 (i.e. a 5-year moving wall).  I think this is a very welcome move by one of the major journals in the field to offer access totally free and not part of any database.  As a begging scholar, I must confess I have a dream, which is to see all of the market leaders and trendsetters indexed in DOAJ someday.

The journal’s archive can be accessed here

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About beggingscholar

I am a scholar of Early Modern English literature and culture, teaching quite a number of English-related subjects at Kazan University, Russia. I am mainly interested in the formation of the Early Modern public sphere, scandals, subversion, non-literary discourses in literature and other forms of destructive creation.
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