York Medieval Press

York Medieval Press

York Medieval Press is published by University of York's Centre for Medieval Studies in association with Boydell & Brewer. Our objective is the promotion of innovative scholarship and fresh criticism on medieval culture. We have a special commitment to interdisciplinary study, in line with the Centre's belief that the future of Medieval Studies lies in those areas in which its major constituent disciplines at once inform and challenge each other.

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  • The Late Medieval Interlude

    Fiona S. Dunlop
    York Medieval Press
    Sensitive study of the 15/16 century interlude, focussing on one of its major concerns, the depiction of male aristocracy and the development to maturity. Learn More
    $90.00

  • The Songs and Travels of a Tudor Minstrel: Richard Sheale of Tamworth

    Andrew Taylor
    York Medieval Press
    A reconstruction of the life and works of a sixteenth-century minstrel, showing the tradition to be flourishing well into the Tudor period. Learn More
    $99.00

  • Women and Writing, c.1340-c.1650

    Edited by Anne Lawrence-Mathers, Phillipa Hardman
    York Medieval Press
    Essays offering a gendered approach to the study of the move from manuscript to early printed book show how much women were involved in the process. Learn More
    $99.00

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