A pioneering Rochester project has spent the last three decades making Middle English texts more accessible.
Author: Matthew Cook
A page from the Complete Harley 2253 Manuscript, courtesy of the British Library

Meet the METS.

Meet the METS.

Step right up and greet the Middle English Texts Series (METS).

If you’re unfamiliar with METS, it’s past time you became acquainted. A partnership between the Teaching Association for Medieval Studies, scholars in the field, the University of Rochester’s Department of English, and the River Campus Libraries—particularly the Rossell Hope Robbins Library—METS is a pioneering digital project to make texts from the Middle Ages more readily available.

Recently, the National Endowment for the Humanities extended a long history of supporting METS’ mission of providing access to medieval literature with a new three-year grant.

This is just the tip of the medieval-berg. Learn more about how METS got started, how it works, and what it has achieved over the last 30 years.

READ: “Rochester project democratizes access to medieval English literature”

For more information about METS and how you can support its mission, contact Anna Siebach-Larsen at annasiebachlarsen@rochester.eduEnjoy reading about the University of Rochester Libraries? Subscribe to Tower Talk.