Amsterdam University Press collaborates, both in acquisitions and marketing, with Medieval Institute Publications (MIP) and Arc Medieval Press to expand our combined Medieval Studies portfolio. The close partnership, established in 2015, involves a joint acquisitions team for medieval studies, exchange of expertise and staff for pre-press work, marketing, distribution, and shared work-processes.
Medieval Institute Publications is based at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, home of the world's largest annual medieval congress, and publishes monographs and thematically coherent collections in several series across the range of medieval studies. Its areas of strength lie in the exploration of "vernacularity", through Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse studies, drama and performance studies, art history and material culture, social history and daily life, and monastic life. It also publishes several series of affordable classroom texts for the Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages (TEAMS).
MIP publishes the following series in Medieval Studies:
- Early Drama, Art, and Music
- Festschriften, Occasional Papers, and Lectures
- On the Margins of Europe: Studies in Medieval Scandinavia (in development)
- Monastic Life
- Research in Medieval Culture
- Richard Rawlinson Center Series (Anglo-Saxon studies)
- Studies in Iconography
- TEAM texts and translations, with subseries in Middle English, medieval German, biblical and secular Latin commentaries, and historical documents
Arc Medieval Press operates as the dedicated publishing house for the CARMEN Worldwide Medieval Network. It brings to press research into the global Middle Ages. By sharing the international perspective of CARMEN’s research community and its interest in ‘niche’ areas outside the remit other publishing houses, Arc Medieval Press publishes cutting-edge work of the worldwide scholarly community.
Arc publishes the following series in Medieval Studies:
- The Black Sea World
- CARMEN Monographs and Studies
- Cross-Cultural Engagements
- Early Christianity in Africa (in development)
- Female Spirituality, East and West
- Medieval Islamicate World
- Medieval Media Cultures
- Past Imperfect
- The Medieval Globe