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Our website has a new address: But it is now enhanced by a new, sister website: This site offers better accessibility to search the 300 books published by Medieval Institute Publications and the thirty book series that we manage under various imprints. Please update any bookmarks that you may have for us.
The new searchable catalogue directs individuals straight to our Online Bookstore for heavily discounted purchases and librarians to the distribution agents we have for North America and the rest of the world respectively.
Featured Publications for November
To mark the beginning of a new academic year, let us promote five classroom texts from several TEAMS series. Use code LEONINUS for 50% off these recently-published titles through November 30th (20% off thereafter until January 31st):
John Hardyng 'Chronicle', edited by James Simpson and Sara Peverley
Aribo 'De Musica' and 'Sententiae', edited by T.J.H McCarthy
Richard Coer de Lyon, edited by Peter Larkin
Accessus ad auctores, edited and translated by Stephen M. Wheeler
The Vulgate Commentary on Ovid's 'Metamorphoses', edited and translated by Frank T. Coulson

NB Please request your examination copy should you want to use these in course lists (see details)
This year we will have contracted 100 new books which make us one of the top five publishers in Medieval Studies worldwide and by far the biggest in North America. We manage thirty series into which these books are slotted.
Send us your manuscript, or request a proposal form for a future publication. With the agreement of the relevant editorial board, after it has evaluated the proposal and ancillary materials, we can offer a contract that is conditional on a successful peer review. But as an author you are assured of a publisher, plus the support and mentoring that we and the board can offer you while you complete the writing process. Each of the three presses have their own special focal points (see details here).
Medieval Institute Publications
  • Vernacular culture, through literature and creative art
  • Vernacular belief-systems and religious practice
  • Material culture, and social and everyday life
  • Classroom texts and translations
Arc Medieval Press
  • Area studies, within and beyond Europe
  • Global medieval research, incl. intercultural encounters
  • Digital humanities and extensible, online resources
  • Social impact and public understanding of the past
Amsterdam University Press
  • Studies that transcend traditional chronological boundaries
  • Cross-disciplinary and trans-faculty research
  • Landscape and archaeological research
  • Heritage and memory studies
Journals renewal letters are being sent out to agents, libraries, and individual subscribers for the 2016 issues of Medieval Prosopography, Studies in Iconography, and our new journal, The Medieval Globe.

TMG appears twice a year and publishes on the global Middle Ages. The first double-issue volume was published Gold Open Access and has had over 6000 downloads within its first year. TMG 1 was a thematic issue edited by Monica H. Green entitled, Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death. (See here for more details)
Get your librarian to place an order for this outstanding new journal.
At this year's International Medieval Congress, graduate students from the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University had the opportunity to interview scholars who have inspired their own research. The first video of this series features M.A. candidate Erin Lynch and Professor Luke Demaitre, School of Medicine, University of Virginia speaking about leprosy and medieval medicine. These videos are posted monthly through MIP's partner press and marketing partner outside North America on Amsterdam UP's YouTube channel.
Medieval Institute Publications
Fall Catalogue 2015

Please encourage your subject librarians to purchase the books you want for teaching or research.
Individual scholars and students can buy online at heavily discounted rates (see Featured Publications above), while institutions can order from our distribution partners: ISD for North America, and Amsterdam UP for the rest of the world.

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The most recent Arc-Medieval Blog post features M.A candidate Julie Polcrack's interview with Tom Lucking, a student in Landscape History at the University of East Anglia. While examining a farmer's field with a metal detector in Norfolk last December, Lucking stumbled upon a seventh-century burial of a woman found with jewelry and other grave goods.
MIP Backlist Catalogue 2015-1016
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