Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce the launch of Exeter Medieval Online, a new online resource for libraries. The collection combines the Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies and Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe print series and in September 2020 offers 83 volumes that have been digitised for the first time.
Browse the collection: https://www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/collections/emo/
What are the benefits to your library?
Comprehensive: 83-volume cohesive ebook collection with over 20,000 pages of international scholarship from A Beowulf Handbook to Working with Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts.
No embargo: Immediate online access to content plus annual updates to include all new releases throughout the five year period.
Wide-ranging: Both series cover a chronological range of c.500-1500 with a broad European focus.
Variety of texts: The collection offers monographs, guides, collaborative studies, edited volumes, and translations of important texts - making available critical and contextual studies by leading scholars in the field.
Interdisciplinary: A broad overview of a variety of subjects relating to the history the Middle Ages including; literature, religious studies, society and culture, translation and contextualisation of key texts, the history of the book, architecture, music and sound studies, visual arts, art history, archaeology and landscape history, the urban environment.
Renowned authors: Noted contributors include Michael Swanton, Malcolm Andrew, Ronald Waldron, Derek Pearsall, Ralph Hanna, Thorlac Turville-Petre, Michael Sargent, Oliver Creighton, Maren Clegg-Hyer, and Gale Owen-Crocker.
Key texts: Notable volumes include the fifth edition of Poems of the Pearl Manuscript, Piers Plowman: A New Annotated Edition of the C-Text, The Dream of the Rood, An Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, The Complete English Poems of John Skelton.
Key guides: Guide to Scripts Used in English Writing up to 1500, Editing Medieval Texts, Introducing English Medieval Book History.
Key monographs: The Anarchy, Planning in the Early Medieval Landscape, Sense and Feeling in Daily Living in the Early Medieval English World, Description and Narrative in Middle English Alliterative Poetry.
Interactive: Available on our new super-fast, feature-rich online eReader which presents volumes with a crisp fully-scalable image and the ability to zoom in, bookmark, copy text, print, and download.
Digitally preserved: All content is digitally preserved in the CLOCKSS Archive.
30-day trial for your library
Select content from the ebook collection is available to your library as part of a 30-day trial. For further information please contact Jennie Collinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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How do I order?
Institutions can order the collection directly from the publisher by emailing Jennie Collinson at email@example.com.
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