The Early Modern Literary Studies Special Issue Series is intended for collections of essays on related topics and for longer studies. To date, these include:
- New Scholarship from Old Renaissance Dictionaries: Applications of the Early Modern English Dictionaries Database. Ian Lancashire and Michael Best, eds. (April, 1997).
- The Internet Shakespeare: Opportunities in a New Medium. Michael Best, ed. (January, 1998).
- Literature and Geography. Richard Helgerson and Joanne Woolway Grenfell, eds. (September, 1998).
- Renaissance Literary Studies and Humanities Computing. R.G. Siemens and David R. Shore, eds. (January, 2000).
Shakespeare on Screen. Michael Best, Lisa Hopkins and R.G. Siemens, eds. (May, 2000).
- Women Writers. Lisa Hopkins, ed. (January, 2001).
- Wrestling with God: Literature and Theology in the English Renaissance, Essays to Honour Paul Grant Stanwood. Mary Ellen Henley and W.Speed Hill, with R.G.Siemens, eds. (May, 2001).
- Listening to the Early Modern. Matthew Steggle, ed. (May, 2001).
- Constructions of the Early Modern Subject. Paul Dyck and Matthew Martin, eds. (January, 2002).
- Gold. Lisa Hopkins, ed. (September, 2002).
- Middleton. Lisa Hopkins and Matthew Martin, eds. (January, 2003).
- Monitoring Electronic Shakespeares. Michael Best and Eric Rasmussen, eds. (January, 2004).
- Computer Modelling of Performance Spaces. Gabriel Egan, ed. (April, 2004).
- Essays from the Fifth Biennial International Margaret Cavendish Conference. Lisa Hopkins, Emma Rees, and Gweno Williams, eds. (May, 2004).
- Court culture 1642-1660. Jerome de Groot and Peter Sillitoe, eds.
- The Long 1590s. Annaliese Connolly and Lisa Hopkins, eds.
- Bringing Text Alive: The Future of Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Electronic Publication. Shawn Martin, ed.
- George Gascoigne. Stephen Hamrick, ed.
- Embodying Shakespeare. David McInnis and Brett D. Hirsch, eds.
- Emblem Digitization: Conducting Digital Research with Renaissance Texts and Images. Mara R. Wade, ed.
Requests for further information or proposals for guest-edited Special Issues should be addressed to the Editor, Matthew Steggle (M.Steggle@shu.ac.uk).