Medieval Institute Publications at Western Michigan University publishes the TEAMS Varia series for the TEAMS Consortium for Teaching Medieval Studies.
The Varia series is designed for the use of both scholar and instructor, and contains works of great originality and import within the medieval canon. Often, these works (e.g., musical treatises or chivalric materials) do not fit neatly into the other TEAMS series—which cover such topics as late medieval English or German vernacular literature, historical documents and religious or secular commentaries; as such, Varia functions as a trove of eclectic sources and studies
Series EDITORIAL BOARD
Proposals or completed manuscripts to be considered for publication by Medieval Institute Publications should be sent to Tyler Cloherty, acquisitions editor for the series, or the chair of the TEAMS editorial board, Russell Peck.
Edited and translated by T. J. H. McCarthy
Music was central to the medieval church's public worship: it was the essential medium of the Mass and the Divine office. In this new critical edition, T. J. H. McCarthy presents the Latin text and the first English translation of Aribo's musical treatise, "De musica," and his "Sententiae."
ISBN 978-1-58044-196-4 (paperbound)© 2015 Buy this book
Johannes de Grocheio
Edited and translated by Constant J. Mews, John N. Crossley, Catherine Jeffreys, Leigh McKinnon and Carol J. Williams
"Ars musice," composed in Paris during the late thirteenth century, reflects Johannes de Grocheio's awareness of the complexity of the task of describing music.
ISBN 978-1-58044-164-3 (clothbound) © 2011 Buy this book
ISBN 978-1-58044-165-0 (paperback) © 2011 Buy this book
Edited by Thomas J. Heffernan and E. Ann Matter
This volume seeks to address the needs of teachers and advanced students who are preparing classes on the Middle Ages or who find themselves confounded in their studies by reference to the various liturgies that were fundamental to the lives of medieval peoples.
ISBN 1-58044-091-6 (paperback) © 2005 Buy this book
Studies in the Harley Manuscript: The Scribes, Contents, and Social Contexts of British Library MS Harley 2253
Edited by Susanna Fein
This book is the first comprehensive examination of a manuscript that is of supreme value to literary scholars of medieval English literature.
ISBN 1-58044-060-6 (clothbound) © 2000 Buy this book
ISBN 1-58044-061-4 (paperback) © 2000 Buy this book
Edited by Howell Chickering and Thomas H. Seiler
In a series of essays readers will find information about modern scholarship on the subject of chivalry and various suggestions for ways to teach some familiar and unfamiliar chivalric materials.
ISBN 0-918720-93-1 (clothbound) © 1988 Buy this book
ISBN 0-918720-94-X (paperback) © 1988 Buy this book