Editing, Performance, Texts: New Practices in Medieval and by Jacqueline Jenkins,Julie Sanders

By Jacqueline Jenkins,Julie Sanders

The essays during this quantity problem present 'givens' in medieval and early smooth examine round periodization and editorial perform. They show off state-of-the-art examine practices and ways in textual enhancing, and in manuscript and function stories to supply new methods of studying and dealing for college kids and scholars.

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