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 through 2013. Recently published is Anonymous Interpolations in Ælfric’s "Lives of Saints," edited by Robin Norris (vol. 35), and forthcoming is Books Most Needful to Know, edited by Paul E. Szarmach (vol. 36).
The Center sponsored two sessions at the 48th Congress: "The Vikings in England," organized by Donald G. Scragg and Catherine E. Karkov, with papers by Richard Dance and Dawn M. Hadley (the 2013 Richard Rawlinson Center Congress Speaker) and "Old English and Old Norse Connections," organized by the Center’s director, Jana K. Schulman, with papers by Megan Hartman, Sarah Baccianti, and Gregory L. Laing.
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