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Introduction
Description of the History E-Book Project
The ACLS
The ACLS Review Board
The Project Directors
The History E-Book Project Center
Why the Electronic History Book?
The Electronic (E-) Book: The New History?
The Participating ACLS Learned Societies
Title Selection
The Author
The Presses
Working with the University Presses
Contractual Arrangements
E-Book Preparation
The Digital Library Production Service
Publication of the History E-Book
Marketing Plan
Subscriptions, Pricing and License to the History E-Book Project
Monitoring Access
Site Updates
Summation

 

The Renaissance Society of America (RSA)

The Renaissance Society of America
The Graduate School and University Center
The City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, Room 5400
New York, NY 10016-4309
Tel: 212-817-2130, Fax: 212-817-1544
http://www.r-s-a.org

General Information

Founded in 1954, the Renaissance Society of America is the leading organization in the Americas for the interdisciplinary study of the late medieval, Renaissance, and early-modern periods. The RSA brings together members from many backgrounds who are interested in a wide variety of disciplines related to these periods and actively encourages the continued spread of learning about the Renaissance through its many programs.

Publications

The RSA offers a series of publications, including Renaissance Quarterly, a scholarly journal of the Renaissance; Renaissance News & Notes, a biannual newsletter, including lists of conferences and awards; Renaissance Texts, a series of modern editions of Renaissance texts; the Renaissance Society of America Reprint Text Series (RSARTS), reprints of significant secondary works about the Renaissance; and Studies in the Renaissance, a forthcoming journal for long articles, bibliographies, texts, etc. Finally, the RSA publishes a Directory of Members with information about their areas of particular interest.

Electronic Publications

The RSA publishes a series of publications online, including Renaissance Quarterly (recent tables of contents and article abstracts); Renaissance News & Notes (full text); Annual Conference Programs (Full text.) The RSA is a partner in developing Iter, the online bibliography of Renaissance Europe. Iter is now a subscription-based service, making access to information about scholarship on the Renaissance broadly accessible.

Project Liaison
Prof. William Bowen
e-mail: bowen@chass.utoronto.ca

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