Review Process

Reviewing Digital Scholarship

As the ways in which we disseminate scholarly research change, a number of scholarly bodies have addressed the issues of peer review of digital projects or articles published in the digital medium. The following links will be of interest both to site users and to potential contributors:

MoEML’s Refereeing Process

See our documents currently under peer review here.
Map of Early Modern London project has an Advisory Board and an Editorial Board that, with the aid of expert readers, evaluate submissions from contributors to ensure that the information on this website meets current scholarly standards. This refereeing process means that users may cite our work with confidence in its accuracy.
We also deploy a cross-refereeing process whereby contributors of encylopedia-style articles confirm the accuracy of the map locations mentioned in their articles and corroborate the information in the articles to which their articles link. By this means, we hope to achieve multiple scholarly confirmations of each statement about the streets and sites of early modern London.
The addition of new literary and historical sources to the Library and our ongoing work on Stow’s Survey of London increases the number of variant names and spellings for streets and sites in the database. Occasionally, this work results in minor adjustments to the location of map markers or to a repointing of a link to a different location. In this process, multiple literary and historical data points tend to converge in ways that confirm our georeferencing of London’s culture.
If you would like to propose a contribution or enquire further about the process, please contact the General Editor. We invite potential contributors to review the Guidelines for Contributors.

Non-Refereed Articles

Map of Early Modern London currently contains many pages from the development stages of the website that have not yet gone through the refereeing process. They have been edited for style, consistency, and documentation by the General Editor.
Note that the diplomatic transcriptions of early modern texts contain a note indicating who transcribed the text and who checked it. A textual note indicates the source of the documentary witness transcribed.

Student Projects

Student projects have been written by undergraduate and graduate students taught by Dr. Janelle Jenstad at the Universities of Windsor and Victoria. Students must demonstrate a high level of competence in research and writing before they are given permission to write a web project as part of their course requirements. All projects are co-edited by Dr. Jenstad and the student before being posted to the website. Students are not required to perform as much research as a more advanced scholar would.
We invite instructors teaching courses on Early Modern London to devise assignments suitable for publication on MoEML. Please contact Janelle Jenstad for more information.

Cite this page

MLA citation

Jenstad, Janelle. Review Process. The Map of Early Modern London, Edition 7.0, edited by Janelle Jenstad, U of Victoria, 05 May 2022,

Chicago citation

Jenstad, Janelle. Review Process. The Map of Early Modern London, Edition 7.0. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. Victoria: University of Victoria. Accessed May 05, 2022.

APA citation

Jenstad, J. 2022. Review Process. In J. Jenstad (Ed), The Map of Early Modern London (Edition 7.0). Victoria: University of Victoria. Retrieved from

RIS file (for RefMan, RefWorks, EndNote etc.)

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TEI citation

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