Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts

"Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts" is a monograph series published by the University of Michigan Press under the editorship of Professor James J. O'Donnell of the University of Pennsylvania, embracing all aspects of post-classical Latin culture. Many volumes are accompanied by some networked para-publication (click on highlighted items). Volumes in print to date include:

  Michael Roberts, Poetry and the Cult of the Martyrs: The Liber Peristephanon of Prudentius (1993)

  Robert Hollander, Dante's Epistle to Cangrande (1993)

  Siegfried Wenzel, Macaronic Sermons: Bilingualism and Preaching in Late-Medieval England (1994)

  J.M. Pizarro, Writing Ravenna: A Narrative Performance in the Ninth Century (1995)

  John O'Brien, Anacreon redivivus: A Study of Anacreontic Translation in Mid-Sixteenth Century France (1995)

  S. Nichols and S. Wenzel, editors, The Whole Book: Cultural Perspectives on the Medieval Miscellany (1996)

  Martha Bayless, Parody in the Middle Ages: The Latin Tradition (1996)

  Herbert Kessler and Paul Dutton, The Poetry and Paintings of the First Bible of Charles the Bald (1997)

  Connie McQuillen, A Comedy Called Susenbrotus (1997)

  Carol Everhart Quillen, Rereading the Renaissance: Petrarch, Augustine, and the Language of Humanism (1998)

William E. Klingshirn and Mark Vessey, edd., The Limits of Ancient Christianity: Essays on late Antique Thought and Culture in Honor of R.A. Markus (1999)

Julia Haig Gaisser, Pierio Valeriano on the Ill-Fortune of Learned Men: A Renaissance Humanist and His World (1999)

Natalia Lozovsky, The Earth Is Our Book: Geographical Knowledge in the Latin West ca. 400-1000 (July 2000)

Barbara C. Halporn, The Correspondence of Johann Amerbach: Early Printing in its Social Context (July 2000)

S.A.H. Kennell, Magnus Felix Ennodius: A Gentleman of the Church (August 2000)