his issue of the Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies is an unusual and exciting one in that it offers more than our usual variety of scholarship. This issue's diversity reflects the openness of this journal to various modes of intellectual work, discussion, and exchange. We continue to publish primary texts and a wide range of interdisciplinary work on various language fields, historical periods, and genres. We welcome future proposals for hybridized forms of knowledge production in the cultural studies vein, including interviews, translations, forums, and review essays. At the same time, we will continue to publish innovative work in the form of articles, as long as those articles contribute to the intellectual mission of this journal and to early modern cultural studies. In this issue, we are delighted to offer to our readers the original-spelling text of a fascinating poem that has never before been edited or made available in print or online. It is a poem by the pirate Sir Frances Verney that was presented in manuscript to Robert Cecil, Secretary of State to James I, in 1606. Matteo Pangallo has painstakingly prepared this fascinating piece of verse with illuminating glosses and helpful notes. We then
Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Feb 25, 2016
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