Essays and translations
We welcome submissions to the site in the forms of: overview essays or essays on a specific question, descriptions of relevant archival material, annotations of primary or secondary sources not currently on the site, or digital projects that make use of new humanities-oriented software platforms.
Some of our recent submissions include:
- An overview essay on the French of Italy
by Laura Morreale
- An English version of Adam de la Halle’s “The King of Sicily”
trans. Richard Epstein (Rutgers University)
- The Manuscript Tradition and Reception of the Huon d’Auvergne, a Franco-Italian romance-epic
by Stephen P. McCormick (Washington and Lee University)
Submissions are peer reviewed and edited before they are posted on the site. Scholars should expect a response from the editorial team within 6 weeks of submission. Please see our submission guidelines for further details.