news about publications
We are happy to be attending and displaying our recent publications at the Exhibits Hall of the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies, virtual though it may be!
Johns Hopkins University's Stulman Program in Jewish Studies has organized a virtual Book Symposium on a recent PIMS publication, Pinchas Roth's In This Land: Jewish Life and Legal Culture in Late Medieval Provence. The symposium will take place on Sunday 31 October via Zoom.
Prizes & Awards, Publications
The Vernam Hull Memorial Prize for the year 2015 has been awarded to Professor Ceri Davies, Emeritus Professor of Classics at Swansea University, for John Prise. Historiae Britannicae Defensio / A Defence of the British History, published by PIMS.
We welcome proposals and submissions for our latest new book series, edited by Alexander Andrée, Mark J. Clark, Joseph Goering, and Timothy B. Noone.
Distinguished PIMS Visitor Henrietta Leyser has written a book that highlights not only the work of the Venerable Bede, but also other sources and resources that remain and are still being recovered from the seven kingdoms of eighth-century England.
Sir John Prise, one of Wales’ foremost Renaissance figures, is the subject of an exhibition at the National Library of Wales. A book launch for the edition and translation of his Historiae Britannicae Defensio co-published by PIMS and the Bodleian Library will be held there on 20 June.
The Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum has found a new home at PIMS, with our distinguished librarian Greti Dinkova-Bruun as editor in chief. The tenth volume of this prestigious series, edited with the assistance of James Hankins and Robert A. Kaster, has just been published; the next volume is due in 2016.
We are very pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural volume of Text Image Context: Studies in Medieval Manuscript Illumination, edited by Jeffrey F. Hamburger, Harvard University.