Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many academic conferences and events are being cancelled. We'll miss seeing all of you in person, but we're still excited for the academic interaction and cooperation that's taking place online, and we're going to continue featuring the books of our wonderful authors, providing flyers for books and series, and facilitating conversations between prospective authors and our acquisitions editors! While we can't display our books or have editorial conversations in person for now, we'll be setting up virtual exhibit booths here.
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virtual conference exhibit booths
- April 13-15 and 20-22, 2021: Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting
- April 15-18, 2021: 96th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America
- May 10-15, 2021: 56th International Congress on Medieval Studies
- July 5-9, 2021: International Medieval Congress
- July 18-24, 2021: 11th World Shakespeare Congress: Shakespeare Circuits
meet our acquisitions editors
Conferences are usually prime opportunities for our acquisitions editors to meet with authors and discuss potential projects, book proposals, and more. Although conferences are cancelled and face-to-face meetings are not possible right now, our acquisitions editors would still love to meet you and discuss your research. Below you can find out more about our amazing editors and see video introductions to them and the series they manage.
With over a decade as an editor in scholarly publishing, Tyler acquires titles in medieval and Renaissance history for Medieval Institute Publications, and is also proud to manage MIP's TEAMS series of classroom texts in medieval studies. As a copyeditor, Tyler's experience spans a range of scholarly genres, including popular culture, the performing arts, civil war history, literary theory, and medieval literature and history. She particularly enjoys editing the work of non-native English speakers.
Early Drama, Art and Music
Late Tudor and Stuart Drama: Gender, Performance and Material Culture
Ludic Cultures, 1100-1700
TEAMS Series (Commentary Series, Documents of Practice Series, Medieval German Texts Series, Middle English Texts Series, Secular Commentary Series, Varia)
Shannon studied Old Norse and Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University (MA): her expertise in medieval studies is complemented by her long-standing interest in modern philosophy and critical theory. This background has fed directly into Shannon’s interest in publishing, and she began working with Brepols Publishers and Medieval Institute Publications in 2011. Shannon is committed to helping scholars develop their work to its very best and sharing their research findings with the wider community beyond traditional disciplinary lines. Beyond her work in publishing, she is a registered yoga teacher and craft coffee connoisseur based in sunny Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Christianities Before Modernity
Northern Medieval World: On the Margins of Europe
Premodern Transgressive Literatures
Research in Medieval and Early Modern Culture
Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Culture
Ilse is Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University. She completed her Ph.D. at Western Michigan University, where her dissertation focused on Old English ecologies. Ilse is on the advisory board of the Medieval Ecocriticisms working group and has published on topics including teaching environmental literature, the Anglo-Saxon "Soul and Body" poems, and death in the Icelandic sagas.