Celebrate #UPWeek 2022 with the launch of the MIP blog and our series of special UP Week blog posts, plus new and noteworthy books and our monthly drawing!
November 2022 Book Drawing: The Corporeality of Clothing in Medieval Literature: Cognition, Kinesis, and the Sacred, by Sarah Brazil
In this issue of our newsletter, learn more about our acquisitions team, see new titles, and find out where we'll be this fall conference season.
September 2022 Book Drawing: Inventing Modernity in Medieval European Thought, ca. 1100–ca. 1550, edited by Bettina Koch and Cary J. Nederman.
In this edition of our newsletter, catch up with TEAMS President Gale Sigal and learn about our three newest TEAMS series, as well as recent TEAMS titles.
August 2022 Book Drawing: "The Owl and the Nightingale" and the English Poems of Oxford, Jesus College, MS 29 (II), edited and translated by Susanna Fein
Celebrate Pride with the publication of our second book in our New Queer Medievalisms series; an interview with its editor, David Hadbawnik; open access to Medieval Futurity, the first book in the NQM series; open access content from Thinking Queerly, the first book in our Premodern Transgressive Literatures series; news and reviews; and more!
June 2022 Book Drawing: Postmodern Poetry and Queer Medievalisms: Time Mechanics, edited by David Hadbawnik
Check out our virtual booth at the 2022 International Congress on Medieval Studies, see the titles we've published since the last ICMS and find out about the latest issue of Medieval Feminist Forum.
May 2022 Book Drawing: Winner's Choice, of the titles we published from May 2021–May 2022
Enjoy MIP's interview with the editors of the journal Medieval People, along with new titles and titles coming soon, and our drawing for a free one-year subscription to Medieval People!
April 2022 Book Drawing: One-year subscription to Medieval People, edited by Amy Livingstone and Charlotte Cartwright
In this issue we feature information about our virtual exhibits booth at the Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America.
March 2022 Book Drawing: Telling Tales and Crafting Books: Essays in Honor of Thomas H. Ohlgren, edited by Alexander L. Kaufman, Shaun F. D. Hughes, and Dorsey Armstrong
In this newsletter we introduce the first volume of our newest journal, "Medieval Ecocriticisms," and learn what led to its creation. We also highlight new titles, news and reviews.
February 2022 Book Drawing: "Medieval Ecocriticisms," Volume 1: Medieval Weather, edited by Michael J. Warren