The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature are the owners and publishers of Medium Ævum. The journal, which first appeared in 1932, is one of the leading international academic periodicals in medieval studies. It is published twice yearly and its present editors are Professors Nigel F. Palmer, Sylvia Huot and Corinne Saunders.

Issue 2, Volume 85 (2016), is now published. It includes the following articles:

Alasdair A. MacDonald
Richard Holland and The Buke of the Howlat: remembrance of things past
Charles D. Wright
‘Fægere þurh forðgesceaft’: the confirmation of the angels in Old English literature
Daniel Anlezark

The Old English Genesis B and Irenaeus of Lyon

Eric Weiskott

Adam Scriveyn and Chaucer’s metrical practice

Jane Griffiths
‘In bookes thus writen I fynde’: Hoccleve’s self-glossing in the Regiment of Princes and the Series
Ralph Hanna
The Wycliffite translators’ Vulgate manuscript: the evidence from Mark
Sarah Macmillan

Imitation, interpretation, and ascetic impulse in medieval English devotional culture

Sian Grønlie
Conversion narrative and Christian identity: ‘how Christianity came to Iceland’

along with over 70 reviews and notices of the latest medieval scholarly books and textual editions.

The Table of Contents for 86.1 (2017), and online access to articles for Society members, is available here.

Online Index (1932-)


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