Medieval English Theatre is an international refereed journal, established in 1979. Its name belies its wide range of interest:
it publishes articles on theatre and pageantry from across the British Isles up to the opening of the London playhouses and the suppression of the civic religious plays. It also includes
contributions on European and Latin drama, ceremony, and pageantry, together with analyses of modern survivals or their equivalents, and of research productions of medieval and Tudor plays.
Most issues are illustrated.
We are delighted to announce that Volumes 23 (2001) to 36 (2014) are now online at this website with accessible pdfs of the full text of most articles. Go to the relevant volume via
the Volume Index page and follow the link(s).
More volumes will be added in the near future. Before Volume 15 (1993) this will be more laborious, as there are no existing electronic files.
We are waiting for the author’s permission for a few articles. In that case you will be led to a pdf which says so, and asks for further information about their whereabouts or those
of their representatives. Please help if you can.
Some images have been removed as we did not acquire permissions for online publication at the time. We are thinking of a way round this.
From Volume 37 (2015) onwards the journal has been published and sold by
Boydell & Brewer. An
e-book version is available, and it is also accessible via JSTOR through institutions which have subscribed to the e-book.
Members of the Society are eligible for a reduced-price subscription to the print version of the journal from Vol 37 onwards. This is ordered via the Secretary.
An Index of all volumes from 1 (1979) to date is available. There is also a cumulative Author Index.
Go to drop-down Journal menu.
Back numbers of many issues from Volumes 1 (1979) – 36 (2014) are still available and can be purchased from the Society.
An occasional series of texts and monographs is also available.
METh welcomes submission of articles for consideration for publication in the journal. See information for authors.
- Professor Meg Twycross, Lancaster University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Dr Sarah Carpenter, University of Edinburgh (email@example.com)
- Professor Elisabeth Dutton, Université de Fribourg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Professor Gordon Kipling, UCLA (email@example.com)