The Early Modern Studies Series and the Peter Martyr Library
The Early Modern Studies series includes titles in history, art history, church history, philosophy, literature, and interdisciplinary studies, covering the period from approximately 1450 to 1680. This series was first established by the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference in the 1980s and was known as the Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies series published by the Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers. Included in the series are translations of some of the significant works of Peter Martyr Vermigli, the sixteenth century Italian reformer, scholar, and philosopher which comprise the Peter Martyr Library. The Truman State University Press now publishes Early Modern Studies and continues to work with the Society and the Sixteenth Century Journal to promote the research and writing of scholars in early modern studies.
The Press uses the peer review process to ensure the value and soundness of scholarship to maintain high standards for academic publication. TSUP provides professional copyediting, book design, and worldwide distribution. The Press encourages and refines the work of younger scholars through publication of first books that establish credentials and develop authorial experience, and adds to the richness of undergraduate and graduate education by publishing supplementary material used by instructors.
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