Vincent Gillespie, FBA, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Richard Dance, St Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge
The acclaimed EMTS series makes a significant contribution to modern scholarship in the field of medieval and early Tudor studies by publishing high-quality new or revised scholarly editions and translations of important texts, and by making available critical and contextual studies by leading scholars in the field. It also publishes innovative work on the History of the Book in medieval Britain.
Recent volumes include The Making of Thomas Hoccleve’s Series by David Watt, Introducing English Medieval Book History by Ralph Hanna and Speculum Inclusorum / A Mirror for Recluses: A Late-Medieval Guide for Anchorites and its Middle English Translation by E. A. Jones. These appear in the series alongside the highly regarded student editions of Poems of the Pearl Manuscript by Malcolm Andrew and Ronald Waldron, Derek Pearsall’s Piers Plowman C Text and Mark Griffith’s Judith.
The series editors Vincent Gillespie and Richard Dance continue to develop the series from that originally founded by Michael Swanton in 1975 and later co-edited by Marion Glasscoe.