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Have you finalized your reading lists for Fall 2016?
Here’s a listing of our most popular texts in the TEAMS series – published by Medieval Institute Publications for the Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages.
To help you decide if these are suitable for your classroom, online versions of texts in the Middle English Texts series are available to view on the
website at the University of Rochester, where audio recordings are also available for selected texts.
Examination copies are available on request by emailing
Cynthia Seedorff at Medieval Institute Publications.
Search the catalogue on the Arc Humanities website for information on how to buy, whether you are in North America or Europe.

The top 10 bestselling TEAMS texts:
1               The Middle English Breton Lays
2               Four Romances of England
3               King Arthur's Death
4               The Book of Margery Kempe
5               Sir Gawain
6               Robin Hood and Other Outlaw Tales
7               Regular Life
8               Pearl
9               The Cloud of Unknowing
10            Croxton Play of the Sacrament

Newly published in the TEAMS series:
  • Nicholas of Lyra, Literal Commentary on Galatians (Commentary Series)
  • Accessus as auctores: Medieval Introductions to the Authors (Secular Commentary Series)
  • The Vulgate Commentary on Ovid's Metamorphoses (Secular Commentary Series)
  • Richard Coer de Lyon (Middle English Texts Series)
  • John Hardyng, Chronicle, Volume 1 (Middle English Texts Series)
  • The King of Tars (Middle English Texts Series)
  • Poems: Oton de Granson (Middle English Texts Series)
  • The Complete Harley 2253 Manuscript, Volumes 1-3 (Middle English Texts Series)
  • Aribo, De musica and Sententiae (Varia)

Over 100 texts have now appeared in the TEAMS series, so if your favorite is not listed here, please contact Anne Nolan, MIP's Marketing Director. If you wish to form bundles of texts for courses (e.g., "Arthurian Literature", "Medieval Drama", "Texts by Women Writers") please inform Anne about your requirements and likely class numbers.                      
With best wishes from the MIP team.
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