For nearly forty years, Early Drama, Art, and Music has established a reputation for publishing specialized, high-quality scholarship through Medieval Institute Publications at Western Michigan University. The series board welcomes submissions from new and established scholars conducting studies of the medieval performing and visual arts broadly conceived, on topics including—but not limited to—music; civic and liturgical festivals; plays and dramatic literature; performance objects, architecture and technology; and ritual and homiletics. We also invite theoretical and interdisciplinary work that engages historical subjects in relation to art and material culture, orality and speech-act theory, gender and sexuality, affect and reception, and philosophy. The board is especially interested in expanding the scope of the series to include explorations of performance traditions beyond the Anglophone and Latin world to the Eastern Roman Empire and the medieval Mediterranean at large.
The series’ Editorial Board comprises:
Katie Brokaw, University of California, Merced
Erith Jaffe-Berg, University of California, Riverside
Jenna Soleo-Shanks, University of Minnesota Duluth
Christopher Swift, New York City College of Technology