Early Modern Digital Review is an online, open-access, and refereed journal publishing high-quality reviews of digital projects related to early modern society and culture. It is committed to productive evaluation of both established digital resources and recent tools and projects. Its publications are distributed online by the journal and its partners, and in print by Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme. Early Modern Digital Review‘s mission is to bring peer review to the world of digital resources.
Please feel free to contact me if you’d like to suggest a digital resource to review or become a reviewer.
Randa El Khatib, Managing Editor (University of Victoria), William Bowen (University of Toronto Scarborough), Laura Estill (St. Francis Xavier University), and Ray Siemens, Editors (University of Victoria)
Keywords: early modern digital resources, digital humanities, peer review, tenure and promotion