Richard Rawlinson Center

Richard Rawlinson Center

Richard Rawlinson Center

Image of a student working in the Richard Rawlinson Center.Under the Directorship of Jana K. Schulman, the Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research fosters teaching and research in the history and culture of Anglo-Saxon England and in the broader field of manuscript studies.

Old English Newsletter Subsidia continues as a Richard Rawlinson Center series until 2014. Forthcoming is Books Most Needful to Know, edited by Paul E. Szarmach (vol. 36).

The Center sponsored four sessions at the 49th Congress: "Electronic Beowulf at One-and-Twenty," organized by Donald G. Scragg, with papers by Catherine E. Karkov and Andrew Prescott (the 2014 Richard Rawlinson Center Congress Speaker); "Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Honor of Kevin Kiernan I–II," organized by Catherine E. Karkov; and "Old English and Old Norse Connections," organized by Jana K. Schulman.

Image of Books in the Richard Rawlinson Center.Search. Search the Richard Rawlinson Center library's holdings of books, offprints, microforms, and electronic media.

 

 

 

 


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