Jenny Adams, Assoc. Prof. of English at UMass [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Chaucer; late medieval English literature; late medieval university life.

Brigitte Buettner, Professor of Art History at Smith College [Email]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval art; illuminated secular manuscripts; objects and questions of materiality; art and natural history.

Fredric L. Cheyette, Emeritus Professor of History at Amherst College [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval France; legal history (Canon, medieval Roman, English, French); historiography; environmental history, especially climate; archaeology.

Craig R. Davis, Professor of English Language & Literature at Smith College [Email]
    Areas of specialization: Old & Middle English, Old Norse, and Medieval Welsh Language and Literature.

Eglal Doss-Quinby, Professor of French Studies at Smith College [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Old French lyric poetry, songs of the women trouvères.

Sean Gilsdorf, Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Mt. Holyoke College [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Early medieval history; history of Christianity; women's history; hagiography.

Stephen Harris, Assoc. Prof. of English & German at UMass, Visiting Assoc. Prof. at Mount Holyoke College [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Old English; Old Saxon; early medieval Latin poetry; paleography and codicology.

Priscilla Hunt, PhD, Five College Associate at UMass Amherst [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Mid and Late Byzantine and Early Russian Literary and Iconographic Culture (11-17th century), Orthodox Wisdom Traditions, Byzantino-slavic Imperial Ideology, Holy Foolishness.

Albert Lloret, Asst. Prof. of Spanish at UMass Amherst [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval and early modern Hispanic and Catalan literatures, textual studies, history of the book, lyric poetry, translation studies.

Donald Maddox, Emeritus Professor of French Studies at UMass Amherst [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval Literary and Cultural Studies; Old French Philology.

Sara Sturm Maddox, Professor Emerita of French and Italian Studies at UMass Amherst [Email]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval and Renaissance literature in French and Italian.

Angelo Mazzocco, Professor Emeritus of Italian and Classics at Mount Holyoke College [Email]
    Areas of specialization: Dante, Petrarch, Italian and Spanish Medieval Literature, Humanism, Historical Linguistics, Antiquarianism.

Ken Mondschein, American International College and Westfield State University, Research Fellow at the Higgins Armory Museum [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Science, technology, and society; medieval colonization and cross-cultural encounters; fencing treatises (Fechtbücher) and the literature of personal combat; medieval warfare.

Ingrid Nelson, Asst. Prof. of English at Amherst College [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Middle English Literature, Poetry, Manuscript Studies, Poetics, Media Theory.

Michael Papio, Prof. of Italian Studies at UMass Amherst [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Boccaccio, Dante, medieval and early Renaissance Italian studies.

Marilyn Sandidge, Professor of English, Director of MA Program in English, Westfield State University [Email]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval English literature, medieval cultural studies, history of the English language.

Robert G. Sullivan, Assoc. Prof. of German and Scandinavian Studies at UMass Amherst [Email] [Web Site]
    Areas of specialization: Medieval literature.