Early Middle English, Volume 2.1 (2020)

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Adrienne Williams Boyarin

Early Middle English is devoted to English literature, its production, and its contexts ca. 1100–1350. EME takes a wide view of this lively period of literary experimentation, linguistic change, and multilingual interaction in England. It promotes scholarship in Early Middle English language and literature; the multicultural, international, and multilingual contexts of Early Middle English (including studies that make explicit how such research affects modern understanding of global politics and cultures); British manuscript studies ca. 1100–1350; the backgrounds, scholarly history, and afterlives of Early Middle English; theoretical interventions in areas such as gender, sexuality, race, disability, new materialism, ecocriticism, and interdisciplinary analysis; and the creation or assessment of new resources. EME publishes essays, editions, and, in its “Pece 7 Oþer” (piece-by-piece) section, short-form contributions to research on the Early Middle English period.

Early Middle English is published biannually, in both print and digital formats.

Contents

The Flyting of The Owl and the Nightingale: Animacy, Antisemitism, and Species Division, by Micah James Goodrich

“It Must Be Read Backwards”: Christians Learning Hebrew in a Thirteenth-Century English Psalter (Oxford, Bodl. Or. 621), by Caroline Gruenbaum

Ancrene Wisse and the Education of Laywomen in Thirteenth-Century England, by Megan J. Hall

Environmental Fiction in Trailbaston, by Maj-Britt Frenze