First published in 1970, Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies publishes articles on the Middle Ages through the Renaissance (roughly 350-1650 AD) with an emphasis on research that fosters intercultural or interdisciplinary studies. This focus on crossing between frontiers, centuries, methods, and disciplines makes this journal an appealing publication for scholars researching all aspects of culture between ate antiquity and the mid-seventeenth century. This annual publication is facilitated by the Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies at the University of California. Viator is published three times a year.
Editors: Henry Ansgar Kelly, University of California, Los Angeles and Blair Sullivan, University of California, Los Angeles