Medieval Association of the Midwest

Enarratio

Journal of the Medieval Association of the Midwest

Enarratio publishes articles on all fields of medieval studies, including but not limited to archaeology, art, bibliography, history, language, literature, music, philosophy, religion, and science. Enarratio is published annually and is available by print subscription as well as open-access via Ohio State University Library’s Knowledge Bank platform.

Accepted articles generally range from 5000-9000 words. Authors are held to high standards of accuracy, currency, and relevance to the field. All papers are judged by at least two peer reviewers.

Contributors to Enarratio should follow the conventions of the Chicago Manual of Style with footnotes. Images in JPEG or TIF format are acceptable. Discursive notes should be held to a minimum to facilitate an easily readable text. Papers should be submitted blind, without the author's name appearing and without embedded comments from other reviewers. Electronic submissions are preferred. Contributors are expected to join MAM upon acceptance of an article.

See the latest issue of Enarratio at The Ohio State Knowledge Bank!


Submissions

Article submissions may be addressed to either of the co-editors:

Alison Langdon, Department of English, Western Kentucky University

alison.langdon@wku.edu

Kristin Bovaird-Abbo, Department of English, University of Northern Colorado

kristin.bovairdabbo@unco.edu

Outgoing Editor: Kristen Figg, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, The Ohio State University

kfigg@kent.edu

Books on subjects germane to medieval studies are welcome for review. If you have a book you would like reviewed or would like to write a review of a book, please contact the book review editor:

Audrey Becker, Department of English, Marygrove College

abecker@marygrove.edu


Other Resources for MAM Contributors

MAM Style Sheet


The Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM) is a non-profit association of scholars devoted to the study of the Middle Ages. For more information, contact the website editor, Matthew Heintzelman.

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