A partnership between the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies and the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto Canada.
Durham Publications in Medieval and Early Modern Studies comprises two fully-reviewed publication series. Proposals for both series are encouraged and welcomed.
Many of our publications can be purchased directly from the Visitor Centre on Owengate:
0191 3343805 email@example.com
Tim William Machan
Thomas Hatfield, Bishop, Soldier & Politician
The Old English Physiologus
The Old English Minor Heroic Poems
The House of Fame
The Dimensions of Colour
Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Giles E.M. Gasper, Michael Huxtable, Tom C.B. McLeish, Cecilia Panti, Hannah Smithson
The Anonymous Old English Legend of the Seven Sleepers
The Allegory of Acolastus. Biblical Allegories & its Literary Reflex in Gnapheus' Acolastus (1529)
Peter G. Macardle
Patron Saints of Medieval Italy
MEMSA - On the Fringes: Outsiders and Otherness in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds
Natalie Goodison and Alexander J. Wilson
MEMSA - Darkness and Illumination The Pursuit of Knowledge in the Medieval and Early Modern World
Hannah Piercy, Abigail Richards and Abigail Steed
Italian Renaissance Diplomacy
M. Azzolini, I. Lazzarini
Feudal Society in the Latin States of Palestine & Syria & it's relations to the Saracens
Building for England
Ambition and Anxiety
Giles Gasper and John McKinnell
The complete catalogue of publications is available from the Pontifical Institute for Mediaeval Studies.
Volumes may be purchased from PIMS directly for residents of North America. UK, European and Overseas sales must go through Brepols Publishers - click on a publication image to go straight to the catalogue item.