Richard Rawlinson Center Series

Medieval Institute Publications at Western Michigan University publishes the series Publications of the Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research as well as volumes of the Old English Newsletter Subsidia. The publication series of the Richard Rawlinson Center reinforces the Center’s mission to foster teaching and research in the history and culture of Anglo-Saxon England and in the broader field of manuscript studies.

Related, Non-series Publications

Medieval Institute Publications has also published volumes 34 to 36 of the Old English Newsletter Subsidia.

Editorial Contact

Titles in Production or Contracted

Rhonda L. McDaniel (Middle Tennessee State University), The Third Gender and Ælfric’s Lives of Saints

Ruth Wehlau (Queen’s University), Darkness, Depression, and Descent in Anglo-Saxon England

Kate Thomas (York), Late Anglo-Saxon Prayer Programs in Practice: Before the Books of Hours

Megan Elizabeth Hartman ( Nebraska, Kearney), Poetic Style and Innovation in Old English, Old Norse, and Old Saxon

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Series Editor

Catherine E. Karkov

My research centres on early medieval art, especially Anglo-Saxon art, with a particular focus on questions of voice, gender, identity, and their relationship to the formation of nations, nationalism and the postcolonial Middle Ages. My most recent work is concerned with materials and materiality–of stone, of landscape and of text–and with theories and histories of the book. I am also interested in questions of the display, interpretation and preservation of tangible and intangible heritage and the impact these have on the formation of cultures and disciplines.

C.E.Karkov@leeds.ac.uk

Research Interests from: http://www.fine-art.leeds.ac.uk/people/catherine-karkov/

Editorial Board

All proposals and submissions are evaluated by members of the International Advisory Board of the Center, with independent peer-reviews commissioned by Medieval Institute Publications.