The Journal of Medieval Latin (JMLat) is published yearly by Brepols Publishers (Turnhout, Belgium). The Journal also publishes a subsidia series, the Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin.
History and Purpose
The Journal of Medieval Latin, published annually since 1991, was established by a group of Canadian scholars for the purpose of encouraging new and original investigations in the field of Medieval Latin language and literature.
The editors seek to encourage a broad range of articles dealing with every aspect of Medieval Latin studies. We are aware of the difficulties in setting chronological boundaries to a subject, but we wish to emphasize our role as journal with a specialist interest in the Middle Ages rather than antiquity or the Renaissance. We encourage manuscript studies, editions and translations (singly or together), linguistic studies, articles on literary history and literary criticism, and, more broadly, studies of the Latin culture of the Middle Ages. The Journal of Medieval Latin also provides detailed reviews of important books in our field and gives special attention to the reviewing of Latin editions.
As an international journal with a Canadian provenance, we wish to stress our commitment to bilingual scholarship. We therefore welcome articles in both English and French, and we actively seek reviews from scholars who write in either language.
(Adapted from Michael Herren, Editor’s Foreword to Volume 1 (1991), p. v.)
Editor: Greti Dinkova-Bruun, Pontifical Institute of Mediæval Studies
Review Editor: Alexander Andrée, University of Toronto
Founding Editor: Michael W. Herren, York University and University of Toronto
Andrew Hicks, Cornell University
Bernice M. Kaczynski, McMaster University
John Magee, University of Toronto
Tristan Major, Qatar University
Jean Meyers, University of Montpellier
Stephen Pelle, University of Toronto
Carin Ruff, University of Maryland
David Townsend, University of Toronto
Gernot Wieland, University of British Columbia
Walter Berschin, University of Heidelberg
James P. Carley, York University
Paolo Chiesa, University of Milan
Michael Lapidge, Clare College Cambridge
Andy Orchard, Pembroke College Oxford
A.G. Rigg, University of Toronto
Danuta Shanzer, University of Vienna
Brian Stock, University of Toronto
Jan M. Ziolkowski, Harvard University
General Editors, Publications of The Journal of Medieval Latin
Michael W. Herren