Book series on medieval manuscripts from The Ohio State University Press: Text and Context
Text and Context is devoted to the study of manuscript and manuscript culture from late antiquity to the Renaissance. We seek to encompass all aspects of manuscript production, including the material culture of the codex, edition of new texts, manuscript catalogs, and more theoretical studies. The series covers veracular as well as Latin manuscripts, and studies which deal with the interaction of Latin and the vernacular are particularly welcome.
Fritsen, Angela. Antiquarian Voices. The Roman Academy and the Commentary Tradition on Ovid's Fasti
Jolly, Karen. The Community of St. Cuthbert in the Late Tenth Century: The Chester-le-Street Additions to Durham Cathedral Library A.IV.19
Fresco, Karen and Anne D. Hedeman. Collections in Context. The Organization of Knowledge and Community in Europe
Woods, Marjorie Curry. Classroom Commentaries. Teaching the Poetria nova across Medieval and Renaissance Europe
White, Paul. Renaissance Postscripts. Responding to Ovid's Heroides in Sixteenth-Century France