Other Series & Projects

The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe: Toronto series is a series co-published with ITER.

The Renaissance English Text Society (RETS) is an informal association of scholars who work together to recover and preserve in carefully edited, unmodernized texts significant non-dramatic writings in English (including original works or translations) from the period 1475-1660. In its publication programs, special consideration is given to works that have never been reprinted or, in the case of manuscripts, never printed.

Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies consists of one volume that appears every other year to coincide with the timing of ISAS conferences. The volumes are collections of article-length essays focused themes of the ISAS conferences.

French Renaissance Texts in Translation (FRENTT), edited by Phillip John Usher, came into official existence to publish quality English translations of Renaissance French texts (c.1480-c.1610) that are also scholarly editions.

Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile (ASMMF) is a project which makes available in microfiche nearly five hundred manuscripts containing Old English.