West Virginia University Press publishes a wide range of materials including fiction, Appalachian history, African American literature and scholarly journals. Since its founding in the 1960s, West Virginia University Press has been a major source of information about the coal-mining industry and the history of the state. HEB presents two series from the press’s catalog: Medieval European Studies and West Virginia and Appalachia. Edited by Dr. Patrick W. Conner, Medieval European Studies represents contemporary developments in the best scholarship in English on the culture and history of Europe throughout the medieval period. The series includes original works of scholarly significance, newly edited texts and newly corrected and annotated editions of earlier scholarship of continuing use to scholars and students. The West Virginia and Appalachia series is dedicated to publishing works on the history and culture of West Virginia and its region. This series publishes the best of a new generation of scholarship, integrating the historical and cultural experience of West Virginia and Appalachia into comparative regional, national and international contexts. The series is edited by Kevin Barksdale, Ken Fones-Wolf and Ronald L. Lewis.
The titles in this series are designated by their series logo.
Medieval European Studies
|Benson, Larry||Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Close Verse Translation||2012|
|Cathey, James||Heliand: Text and Commentary||2002|
|DeGregorio, Scott||Innovation and Tradition in the Writings of the Venerable Bede||2006|
|Frantzen, Allen||Caedmon's Hymn and Material Culture in the World of Bede||2007|
|Hill, Thomas||Via Crucis: Essays on Early Medieval Sources and Ideas in Memory of J.E. Cross||2002|
|Jurasinski, Stefan||Ancient Privileges: Beowulf, Law, and the Making of Germanic Antiquity||2006|
|Lionarons, Joyce||Old English Literature in its Manuscript Context||2004|
|Myers, Henry||The Book of Emperors: A Translation of the Middle High German Kaiserchronik||2013|
|Pakis, Valentine||Perspectives on the Old Saxon Heliand: Introductory and Critical Essays, with an Edition of the Leipzig Fragment||2010|
|Withers, Benjamin||Naked Before God: Uncovering the Body in Anglo Saxon England||2003|
West Virginia and Appalachia