IMEMS Occasional Publications
Peter G. Macardle, The Allegory of Acolastus, Biblical Allergoresis and its Literary Reflex in Gnapheus's Acolastus (1529) (2007); £3
J. O. Prestwich, Feudal Society in the Latin States of Palestine and Syria and its Relations to the Saracens (2006); £5
- JOP's previously unpublished, prize-winning dissertation from 1935. The CMRS presents it as an account which still has useful obeservations and insights as well as being a text of historiographical interest.
The Fantastic in Old Norse/Icelandic Literature; Sagas and the British Isles, ed J. McKinnell, D. Ashurst and D. Kick (2006); £10 per volume
- a two-volume set of pre-prints from the 13th International Saga Conference
Please direct inquiries for purcahse to Dr Giles Gasper, Department of History, Durham Universisty, 43 North Bailey, Durham, DH1 3EX
Old Stock Durham Medieval Texts
Titles in the Durham Medieval and Renaissance Texts catalogue will be re-issued under the co-publication agreement with the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies Press, as current stock runs out. For a full list of titles as they are published please follow the link to the PIMS Catalogue. Other titles are still available from the CMRS Durham, though in some cases stocks are very low. For purchase and general information please contact Dr Giles Gasper (email@example.com) or Prof. John McKinnell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
1. Völuspá, ed. Sigurður Nordal, 1978, 2nd ed. 1984
2. Resignation, ed. Lars Malmberg, 1982
3. The Book of the Duchess, ed. Helen Phillips, 1983, 3rd ed. 1997
5. The Old English Physiologus, ed. Ann Squires, 1988
7. The Anonymous Old English Legend of the Seven Sleepers, ed. Hugh Magennis, 1994
8. Medieval English Romances, ed. Diane Speed, 3rd ed., 1993
9. Ælfric, Prefaces, ed. Jon Wilcox, 1995, 2nd ed. 1996
10. Two Tales of Icelanders, ed. Ian Wyatt, 1993
11. The House of Fame, ed. Nick Havely, 1994.