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RQ-230238-15
Middle English Texts Series (METS)
Russell Peck, University of Rochester

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-230238-15

Guillaume de Machaut, The Complete Poetry and Music, Volume I: The Debate Poems (Book)
Title: Guillaume de Machaut, The Complete Poetry and Music, Volume I: The Debate Poems
Author: Guillaume de Machaut
Editor: R. Barton Palmer, Volume Editor and General Editor
Editor: Yolanda Plumley, General Editor
Editor: Domenic Leo, Art History Editor
Editor: Uri Smilansky, Music Editor
Editor: Russell A. Peck, Middle English Texts Series General Editor
Editor: Alan Lupack, Middle English Texts Series Associate Editor
Editor: Pamela M. Yee, Middle English Texts Series Assistant Editor
Abstract: Guillaume de Machaut is the most important poet and composer of late medieval France. His unique and inventive output is the subject of this new, integrated edition of Machaut’s complete poetry and music. Volume 1, The Debate Series, presents the two “judgment” poems, which are among his most important artistically in terms of their formal innovations and their influence on contemporaries, notably Geoffrey Chaucer, and the associated Lay de plour, presented here with its music. This volume includes the French originals and facing English translations.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.isdistribution.com/BookDetail.aspx?aId=73433
Primary URL Description: ISD is the North American distributor for all METS editions. ISD is linked through Medieval Institute Publication's (MIP) website: http://www.wmich.edu/medievalpublications/books/teams/middle-english
Secondary URL: http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/publication/guillaume-de-machaut-complete-poetry-and-music-volume1
Secondary URL Description: This is the digital full text for Machaut Volume 1: The Debate Poems on the METS website. METS is one branch of the Robbins Library Digital Projects, which is hosted by the University of Rochester. The website is open access.
Access Model: Book and Open Access
Publisher: Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University
Type: Translation
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781580442527
Translator: R. Barton Palmer
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes

Lydgate's Fabula Duorum Mercatorum and Guy of Warwick (Book)
Title: Lydgate's Fabula Duorum Mercatorum and Guy of Warwick
Author: John Lydgate
Editor: Pamela Farvolden, Volume Editor
Editor: Russell A. Peck, General Editor
Editor: Alan Lupack, Associate Editor
Editor: Pamela M. Yee, Middle English Texts Series Assistant Editor
Abstract: The Fabula Duorum Mercatorum, a romance that in its Boethian sensibility and treatment of love and friendship bears comparison to Chaucer’s great works Troilus and Criseyde and The Knight’s Tale, is one of Lydgate’s most accomplished works. In Guy of Warwick, Lydgate breaks with romance tradition, presenting the heroic English knight-pilgrim and his last great battle against the dread giant Colbrond from an historical point of view.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.isdistribution.com/BookDetail.aspx?aId=73430
Primary URL Description: ISD is the North American distributor for all METS editions. ISD is linked through Medieval Institute Publication's (MIP) website: http://www.wmich.edu/medievalpublications/books/teams/middle-english
Secondary URL: http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/publication/farvolden-john-lydgate-fabula-duorum-mercatorum-and-guy-of-warwyk
Secondary URL Description: This is the digital full text for Lydgate's Fabula Duorum Mercatorum and Guy of Warwyk on the METS website. METS is one branch of the Robbins Library Digital Projects, which is hosted by the University of Rochester. The website is open access.
Access Model: Book and Open Access
Publisher: Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781580442480
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes

The Katherine Group (MS Bodley 34): Religious Writings for Women in Medieval England (Book)
Title: The Katherine Group (MS Bodley 34): Religious Writings for Women in Medieval England
Editor: Russell Peck, METS General Editor
Editor: Alan Lupack, METS Associate Editor
Editor: Pamela M. Yee, METS Assistant Editor
Editor: Elizabeth Robertson
Editor: Emily Rebekah Huber
Abstract: The Katherine Group brings together for the first time newly edited and translated versions of three dynamic saints’ lives, The Lives of Saints Katherine, Margaret and Juliana, a quirky but rhetorically persuasive guide to virginity, Hali Meidenhad, and a psychologically astute sermon, Sawles Warde (“The Guardianship of the Soul”). These works are important witnesses to the development of Middle English writing after the Conquest and to the rigorous anchoritic spiritual life pursued by female recluses in medieval England.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.isdistribution.com/BookDetail.aspx?aId=73431
Primary URL Description: ISD is the North American distributor for all METS editions. ISD is linked through Medieval Institute Publication's (MIP) website: http://www.wmich.edu/medievalpublications/books/teams/middle-english
Secondary URL: http://http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/publication/huber-and-robertson-the-katherine-group
Secondary URL Description: This is the digital full text for The Katherine Group (MS Bodley 34) on the METS website. METS is one branch of the Robbins Library Digital Projects, which is hosted by the University of Rochester. The website is open access.
Access Model: Book
Publisher: Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781580442466
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes

John Hardyng Chronicle: Edited from British Library MS Lansdown 204, Vol. 1 (Book)
Title: John Hardyng Chronicle: Edited from British Library MS Lansdown 204, Vol. 1
Author: John Hardyng
Editor: James Simpson and Sarah Peverley
Abstract: One of a handful of texts written in the twilight years of Henry VI's reign, John Hardyng's first Chronicle, written in 18,782 lines of verse and seven folios of prose, offers a compelling insight into the tastes, hopes, and anxieties of a late fifteenth century gentleman who witnessed -- and all too often participated in -- each of the key events that defined his era. Completed in 1457, Hardyng's initial Chronicle has previously been largely overlooked in comparison to the more condensed second version, written to promote Richard, Duke of York's claim to the throne. Hardyng's interest in Britain's past is typical of the gentry's enthusiasm for historical works, while his concern with war and duty reflects the importance of such matters to men of his rank.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: https://www.isdistribution.com/BookDetail.aspx?aId=67565
Primary URL Description: ISD is the North American distributor for all METS editions. ISD is linked through Medieval Institute Publication's (MIP) website: http://www.wmich.edu/medievalpublications/books/teams/middle-english
Secondary URL: http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/publication/simpson-pevereley-hardyng-chronicle
Secondary URL Description: This is the digital full text for John Hardyng's Chronicle: Volume 1 on the METS website. METS is one branch of the Robbins Library Digital Projects, which is hosted by the University of Rochester. The website is open access.
Access Model: Print and Open Access
Publisher: Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 987-1-58044-21
Copy sent to NEH?: Yes


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