In this newsletter we look back at the books and journals we've published this year and share some exciting journal updates. We look forward to new publications, conferences, and relationships in 2022!
December 2021 Book Drawing: Music, Dance, and Society: Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Memory of Ingrid G. Brainard
In the November issue of our newsletter, we celebrate our first full year of newsletters and highlight some of the things we're thankful for here at MIP, including exciting updates about our New Queer Medievalisms series; the launch of the ScholarWorks page for Medieval People; the fantastic work of our student workers; and a great deal (50% off!) on one of our bestselling titles, The Middle English Breton Lays, edited by Anne Laskaya and Eve Salisbury.
November 2021 Book Drawing: The Middle English Breton Lays
Our October newsletter features an essay by the editorial board of Monsters, Prodigies, and Demons: Medieval and Early Modern Constructions of Alterity; a collection of monstrous titles; an announcement that Medieval Feminist Forum is now live on ScholarWorks; a collection of forthcoming titles; and our October raffle!
October 2021 Book Drawing: Demon Possession in Anglo-Saxon England
Our September newsletter features an interview with Gale Sigal, president of TEAMS and managing editor of The Once and Future Classroom; featured TEAMS titles; news and reviews; and our September raffle!
September 2021 Book Drawing: Sources for the History of Medicine in Late Medieval England
Our August newsletter features an interview with R. Barton Palmer, one of the main editors of the TEAMS: METS Machaut project; a sneak peek at upcoming MIP books; and our August raffle!
In our June newsletter, we feature queer studies at MIP; new titles, author highlights, and reviews; an invitation to the book launch of Jes Battis's Thinking Queerly; and our June raffle.
June 2021 Book Drawing: Medieval Futurity: Essays for the Future of a Queer Medieval Studies
In our May newsletter, we celebrate the 56th International Congress on Medieval Studies, featuring our conference discount, new titles, news about our journals, new series, and our May raffle.
May 2021 Book Drawing: Thinking Queerly: Medievalism, Wizardry, and Neurodiversity in Young Adult Texts
No April Fools here--just another great MIP newsletter, celebrating #WhanThatAprilleDay and National Poetry Month! The newsletter features our very first author interview (with Jonathan Fruoco, author of Chaucer's Polyphony: The Modern in Medieval Poetry), MIP books on Chaucer and a series highlight of our TEAMS Middle English Texts Series and raffle off a copy of Chaucer's Polyphony!
April 2021 Book Drawing: Chaucer's Polyphony: The Modern in Medieval Poetry
Our March newsletter brings fresh news and content from MIP, including a feature by Irina Dumitrescu and Eric Weiskott (co-editors of The Shapes of Early English Poetry: Style, Form, History); new titles; and author highlights.
March 2021 Book Drawing: Saints at Play: The Performance Features of French Hagiographic Mystery Plays
In our first newsletter of the new year, we share lots of exciting news about MIP's journals and two brand-new book series!
January 2021 Book Drawing: John the Blind Audelay's Poems and Carols (Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Douce 302)