Medieval Studies

Medieval Studies is an important part of LUP’s history and literature publishing. Our Medieval Studies list includes critical editions and translations of texts from Late Antiquity to the 1500s in the renowned Translated Texts for Historians and Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies series, as well as a growing list of monographs in the Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe and Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Belief & Culture series.

We are expanding our medieval monograph list, especially in the following areas: material culture, musicology and liturgy, codicology and print culture, lived religion and belief, studies that cover the transition from the medieval to early modern period, landscape history and archaeology, ecocriticism and literature especially as it relates to the subjects mentioned.

Our Women in Ancient Cultures series goes up to the early medieval period and is interested in proposals for Late Antiquity projects up to c.800 CE.

Please contact Clare Litt who will be delighted to discuss ideas and help develop proposals.


We're thrilled to be attending the virtual International Medieval Congress again this year. If you are attending the IMC, be sure to check out LUP's booth at the IMC's bookfair for information on our new releases, digital collections, commissioning, and conference discounts.