This is part of a new, weekly series here at TSS: Early Modern and Open Access regularly showcases peer reviewed articles (or other resources) of interest to early modernists that are freely available in open access formats.
Now, here’s an announcement that’s right up our alley!
The Renaissance Society of America (in partnership with the University of Chicago Press) has recently declared that one book review in each issue of Renaissance Quarterly will be made available in open access format.
Their first open access piece is for The Correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger, an eight-volume work edited by Paul Botley and Dirk van Miert (Travaux d’Humanisme et Renaissance 507/1–8. Geneva: Librairie Droz, 2012) as reviewed by Luc Dietz. This new series of RQ open access book reviews may be accessed from here on the RQ JSTOR page.