This series, established in the late 1980s under the General Editorship of Alastair Minnis (Yale University) and producing a small number of titles each year, seeks to cover the whole area of literature written in the major medieval languages - the main European vernaculars, and medieval Latin and Greek - during the period c.600–1500. Its chief aim is to publish and stimulate fresh scholarship and criticism on medieval literature, special emphasis being placed on understanding major works of poetry, prose, and drama in relation to the contemporary culture and learning which fostered them.
General Editors: Alastair Minnis, Yale University, Connecticut
Editorial Board: Zygmunt G. Barański, University of Cambridge; Christopher C. Baswell, Barnard College and Columbia University, New York; Mary Carruthers, New York University; Rita Copeland , University of Pennsylvania; Roberta Frank, Yale University, Connecticut; Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Fordham University, New York
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