Conferences and annual lectures supported by the Medieval Institute frequently result in the publication of proceedings or book-length essays. The Institute’s yearly Conway Lectures, delivered by a prominent senior medievalist, represent an ongoing publishing effort in cooperation with the University of Notre Dame Press. The Press publishes many books of interest to medievalists and supports a number of ongoing book series in medieval studies. A few of these series are noted below:

The Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies

Notre Dame Conferences in Medieval Studies

Notre Dame Texts in Medieval Culture

Publications in Medieval Studies

The Medieval Book

Michael Psellos in Translation

ReFormations: Medieval and Early Modern

The William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature

A new Byzantine Studies book series is in development made possible by generous support from the Niarchos Foundation.

The Medieval Institute is the current home to the editorial offices of the distinguished academic journal Bulletin de philosophie médiévale. Published by the Société Internationale pour L’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale (SIEPM), the Bulletin is edited by Professor Kent Emery, Jr., with the assistance of Medieval Institute graduate students. In addition, the SIEPM editorial team produces yearly volumes of the Société’s conference proceedings, Rencontres de Philosophie Médiévale.