The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature are the owners and publishers of Medium Ævum. The journal, which first appeared in 1932, is one of the leading international academic periodicals in medieval studies. It is published twice yearly and its present editorial board comprises:
Prof. Nigel F. Palmer (University of Oxford)
Prof. Sylvia Huot (University of Cambridge) 
Prof. Corinne Saunders (Durham University)

Issue 2 of Volume 86 is now published. It includes the following articles:

Claudia Tardelli Terry
Reading Aristotle through Dante: the case of Meteorologica in Francesco da Buti’s Commento
Irene Villaroel Fernández

El manuscrito 5 de la Biblioteca de la Shrewsbury School: un peculiar y desconocido testimonio del Speculum doctrinale de Vicente de Beauvais

Jacob Hobson
Translation as gloss in the Old English Boethius
M. O’Doherty

Imperial fantasies: imagining Christian empire in three fourteenth-century versions of The Book of Sir John Mandeville

Maria Teresa Rachetta
From Saint-Denis to Béthune: the Chronique française des rois de France by the Anonymous of Béthune and its textual background
Robert Gallagher
Latin acrostic poetry in Anglo-Saxon England: reassessing the contribution of John the Old Saxon
Tina Chronopoulos
Ganymede in the medieval classroom: reading an ode by the Roman poet Horace

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