Interventions: New Studies in Medieval Culture
Edited by Ethan Knapp
Enlistment: Lists in Medieval and Early Modern Literature
Edited by Eva von Contzen and James Simpson
Women’s Friendship in Medieval Literature
Edited by Karma Lochrie and Usha Vishnuvajjala
Courtly and Queer: Deconstruction, Desire, and Medieval French Literature
Continental England: Form, Translation, and Chaucer in the Hundred Years’ War
Translation Effects: Language, Time, and Community in Medieval England
Mary Kate Hurley
Material Remains: Reading the Past in Medieval and Early Modern British Literature
Jan-Peer Hartmann and Andrew James Johnston
Scripting the Nation: Court Poetry and the Authority of History in Late Medieval Scotland
Katherine H. Terrell
Talk and Textual Production in Medieval England
Medieval Things: Agency, Materiality, and Narratives of Objects in Medieval German Literature and Beyond
Death and the Pearl Maiden
Invention and Authorship in Medieval England
Political Appetites: Food in Medieval English Romance
Fragments for a History of a Vanishing Humanism
Seaman and Joy, eds.
Chaucer, Gower, and the Affect of Invention
Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales
Kelly and Pugh, eds.
The Politics of Ecology: Land, Life, and Law in Medieval Britain
Schiff and Taylor, eds.
The Medieval Risk-Reward Society: Courts, Adventure, and Love in the European Middle Ages
The Art of Vision: Ekphrasis in Medieval Literature and Culture
Johnston, Knapp, and Rouse, eds.
Truth and Tales: Cultural Mobility and Medieval Media
Somerset and Watson, eds.
Desire in the Canterbury Tales
Answerable Style: The Idea of the Literary in Medieval England
Grady and Galloway, eds.
Form and Reform: Reading across the Fifteenth Century
Gayk and Tonry, eds.
Body Against Soul: Gender and Sowlehele in Middle English Allegory
Interventions: New Studies in Medieval Culture publishes theoretically informed work in medieval literary and cultural studies. We are interested both in studies of medieval culture and in work on the continuing importance of medieval tropes and topics in contemporary intellectual life. Inquiries should be directed to Ana Jimenez-Moreno at The Ohio State University Press. (Download series flyer)