Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies (MRTS)

Our mission is to publish, disseminate, and promote the most forward-looking, vanguard research in medieval and renaissance studies. We seek projects that are historically grounded and theoretically expansive, with the aim of fostering dialogues that reach into the present moment and point us to different, more inclusive, futures. We welcome manuscripts that analyze pre-modern history, literature, and/or culture through the lenses of ecocriticism, disability studies, critical race studies, women’s studies, postcolonial studies, new media studies, quantitative studies, performance studies, and more.

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Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile (ASMMF)

For all who study Anglo-Saxon literature, history, and culture, this series—created by a distinguished international team of scholars—provides access to original sources. Modern editions often obscure the works or isolate the texts from original contexts. Practical, convenient, and easily stored, microfiche has become standard in Old English studies. Readers are widely available, relatively inexpensive, and easy to use.

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Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (ASMAR)

Published by Brepols Publishers, Belgium, this series represents collections of essays on themes of vital interest to medieval and Renaissance Studies that are also the focus of the annual ACMRS Conference held in Tempe, Arizona, at Arizona State University.

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Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies

The Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies series consists of one volume that appears every other year to coincide with the timing of ISAS conferences. The volumes are collections of article-length essays focused themes of the ISAS conferences.

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Renaissance English Text Society (RETS)

The Renaissance English Text Society is an informal association of scholars who wish to recover and preserve in carefully edited, unmodernized texts significant writings in English (prose or poetry, original works or translations) from the period 1475–1660. In its publication programs special consideration is given to works that have never been republished or, in the case of manuscripts, never published.

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The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe

The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe is a renowned series of texts, primarily by women, although a few are by men writing about women. 

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French Renaissance Texts in Translation (FRENTT)

The French Renaissance Texts in Translation (FRENTT) series, edited by Phillip John Usher, publishes quality English translations of Renaissance French texts (c.1480-c.1610) that are also scholarly editions. The series is long overdue and aims to meet various needs. The primary reason for the series's existence is straightforward: many of the period's most important texts have simply never been translated, or else exist only in aged and sometimes inaccessible translations.

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