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Daniel Donoghue, John P. Marquand Professor of English at Harvard University, is a specialist on Old and Middle English, with broader interests in the literary and intellectual history of the early medieval world. Other interests include poetics, language history, and the reception of the Middle Ages in the contemporary world.

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Daniel Donoghue, Old English Editor
Danuta Shanzer, Medieval Latin Editor
Alexander Alexakis, Byzantine Greek Coeditor
Richard Greenfield, Byzantine Greek Coeditor

Jan M. Ziolkowski, Founding Editor
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