MART: The Medieval Academy Reprints for Teaching


These books are specially selected and designed to keep in print the very best medieval scholarship and translation for the course market.
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Old Norse-Icelandic Literature: A Critical Guide
Old Norse-Icelandic Literature: A Critical Guide
By Carol Clover and John Lindow

This volume has become an essential text for instructors, and twenty years later, is now being republished as part of the Medieval Academy Reprints for Teaching (MART) series with a new preface that discusses more recent contributions to the field.

Published Apr 2005
Medieval Families: Perspectives on Marriage, Household, and Children
Medieval Families: Perspectives on Marriage, Household, and Children
Edited by Carol Neel

The collection reveals how scholars of the 1970s through the 1990s argued the importance of previously unconsidered questions about the shape of medieval familial experience, and how their mutual information and criticism has refined and added to this investigation in the intervening period.

Published Apr 2004
A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic
A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic
By Geir T. Zoega

First published in England in 1910 and last printed in 1975, Geir T. Zoega's A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic has long been the foremost reference source for the Icelandic language.

Published Mar 2004
Selections from English Wycliffite Writings
Selections from English Wycliffite Writings
By Anne Hudson

A collection of twenty-seven often-ignored primary texts written between 1385 and 1425 by members of the Lollard sect in England, illuminating the wide range of Lollard interests and preoccupations.

Published Oct 1997
Nature, Man, and Society in the Twelfth Century: Essays on New Theological Perspectives in the Latin West
Nature, Man, and Society in the Twelfth Century: Essays on New Theological Perspectives in the Latin West
Edited by M-D Chenu, Jerome Taylor, and Lester K. Little

The nine essays in this collection, selected from "La théologie au douzième siècle", inquire into the historical context and origins of medieval scholasticism. They are representative of Chenu’s finest work.

Published Mar 1997
Feudalism
Feudalism
By F.L. Ganshof and Philip Grierson

A lucid, concise, and authoritative exposition of feudal institutions prevalent in western Europe from the ninth to the thirteen century.

Published Apr 1996
Arthurian Chronicles
Arthurian Chronicles

By Wace and Layamon, Translated by Eugene Mason
Introduction by Gwyn Jones

The spread of the Arthurian legend during the course of the twelfth century is one of the most remarkable phenomena in literary history. Arthurian Chronicles looks at two unsung but deserving poets who contributed to the diffusion of the legend.

Published Mar 1996
The Birth of Popular Heresy
The Birth of Popular Heresy
By R.I. Moore

An edited collection of letters, chronicles, and sermons written, in the main, by clerics and other highly placed church officials during the eleventh and twelfth centuries. R.I. Moore uses them to analyse the beginning and development of popular heresy.

Published Apr 1995
Fables
Fables
By Harriet Spiegel

Comprising the 103 tales that form the earliest extant vernacular collection of fables from western Europe, this edition captures the fresh and lively tone of Marie de France’s text. This is a reprint of the first edition published in 1987.

Published Oct 1994
The Origins of European Dissent
The Origins of European Dissent
By R.I. Moore

Moore traces the roots of the rejection of the Western church in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and argues that heresy had less to do with faith than with the changing world of the time. A reprint of the corrected edition first published in 1985.

Published Apr 1994