These readings are recorded performances of Middle English texts dating from 1350-1500. All readings are performed by students at Ursinus College, either constructed as class assignments or part of independent study research. The goal of these projects is two-fold: first, to support student understanding of Middle English prosody, and second, to create resources for other students and teachers to use in classrooms. Students are mentored by Dr. Kara McShane of the department of English, and questions can be directed to Kara McShane.
Where available (and unless otherwise noted), readings will follow the editions of works produced by the Middle English Texts Series.
Submissions from 2017
Reading of the Ricardian Prologue of John Gower's Confessio Amantis, Daniel Berger, Madison Bradley, Shannon Byrne, Brandon T.G. Carey, Faith Carson, Fiona Copeland, Lauren Graham, Rae Hodenfield, Sarah Hojsak, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Joy Jones, Morgan Kentsbeer, Laura Maurer, Kevin Medina, Nicolas Shandera, Matthew Sherman, Emily Shue, Catherine Urbanski, and Kara McShane