This peer-reviewed book series has as its focus the authors and the Latin and vernacular literatures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (ca. 6th through 16th centuries), including those less common literatures that arose within the European cultural sphere. Volumes include original scholarly monographs, article collections, as well as editions of primary sources, and translations. All methodological approaches—including interdisciplinary ones—are welcome. For Brill's
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Francis G. Gentry, Ph.D. (1973) in German, Indiana University, is Emeritus Professor of German of the Pennsylvania State University. He has published extensively on all aspects of medieval German literature and culture, more recently as editor of
A Companion to Middle High German Literature to the 14th Century, (Brill, 2002) and as editor of
A Companion to the Works of Hartmann von Aue, (Camden House, 2005)).
Editorial Board: Teodolinda Barolini, Lorenzo Da Ponte Professor of Italian, Columbia University; Cynthia Brown, Professor of French, University of California, Santa Barbara; Marina Brownlee, Robert Schirmer Professor of Spanish and Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University; Keith Busby, Douglas Kelly Professor of Medieval French, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Craig Kallendorf, Professor of English and Classics, Texas A&M University; Alastair Minnis, Professor of English, Yale University; Brian Murdoch, Professor of German, Stirling University; Jan Ziolkowski, Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Medieval Latin, Harvard University, and Director, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection