Huntington Library Quarterly publishes articles on the literature, history, and art of the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries in Britain and America, with special emphasis on:
The journal also publishes book reviews and review articles on important work in early modern studies. The Intramuralia section now reports comprehensively on the Huntington's acquisitions of rare books, manuscripts, and ephemera.
Current special issues of the journal include "Supplement to the Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Huntington Library" (compiled by Peter Kidd), "Prison Writings in Early Modern England" (edited by William H. Sherman and William J. Sheils), "Religion and Cultural Transformation in Early Modern England" (edited by Lorna Clymer), and "The Places and Spaces of Early Modern London" (edited by Deborah Harkness and Jean E. Howard). For further information about Huntington Library Quarterly, please visit the Huntington Library homepage.