The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language

The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language is Birmingham’s graduate journal that publishes from Literature and Language of all periods. You can view the back catalogue here.

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Notable articles for medievalists might be:

Julie Tanner ‘Authorial or Scribal? The Significance of Deletions in the Findern Manuscript’ (2013)

Claire Harrill ‘He Wald Have Fukkit: Sex and Courtly Love in the Poetry of William Dunbar’ (2013)

Anna Gottschall, ‘Textual Provenance Through the Male And Female Names in the Findern Manuscript’ (2008)

If you would like to get involved with the BJLL, either as a reviewer or a contributor, or if you would like any further information about the publication, please contact the General Editors, Emily Buffey and Claire Harrill, at: webbjll@googlemail.com

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