The Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research fosters teaching and research in the history and culture of Anglo-Saxon England and in the broader field of manuscript studies.
Old English Newsletter Subsidia continues as a Richard Rawlinson Center series until 2014. Forthcoming is Books Most Needful to Know, edited by Paul E. Szarmach (vol. 36).
The Center is sponsoring four sessions at the 49th Congress: "Electronic Beowulf at One-and-Twenty," organized by Donald G. Scragg, with papers by Catherine E. Karkov and Andrew Prescott (the 2014 Richard Rawlinson Center Congress Speaker); "Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Honor of Kevin Kiernan I–II," organized by Catherine E. Karkov; and "Old English and Old Norse Connections," organized by the Center’s director, Jana K. Schulman.
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