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Over onsWaar vindt u onsprof. dr. S.I. (Sebastian) Sobecki

prof. dr. S.I. Sobecki

Professor of Medieval English Literature and Culture; Professor of Old Germanic (by courtesy)

In addition to preparing The Cambridge History of Medieval Travel Writing, I am currently working on the following contracted books:

Monograph

  • The Material Politics of England’s Fifteenth-Century Literature (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

Edited volumes

  • The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Law and Literature, edited by Candace Barrington and Sebastian Sobecki (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
  • A Companion to John Skelton, edited by Sebastian Sobecki and John Scattergood (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2018)

Editions

  • Medieval English Travel: A Critical Anthology, edited by Anthony Bale and Sebastian Sobecki (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
  • Richard Hakluyt’s ‘Principal Navigations, general editors Daniel Carey and Claire Jowitt, vol. 1, edited by Sebastian Sobecki (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)
    • This volume includes, among others, extracts from Bede, Geoffrey of Monmouth, The Chronicle of the Kings of Man, as well as the Mongol voyages of William of Rubruck and John de Plano Carpini (41 texts in total).
  • Richard Hakluyt’s ‘Principal Navigations’, general editors Daniel Carey and Claire Jowitt, vol. 2, edited by Sebastian Sobecki and Angela Byrne (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)
    • This volume includes documents related to medieval trade as well as a new complete edition of The Libelle of Englyshe Polycye (29 texts edited by me).
  • Sir John Peyton’s Travels in Poland-Lithuania, Bohemia, and Germany, 1596–99, general editor Sebastian Sobecki, vol. 1, A Relation of the State of Polonia, edited by Sebastian Sobecki, Anna Kalinowska, and Martyna Mirecka (London: Hakluyt Society)
  • Sir John Peyton’s Travels in Poland-Lithuania, Bohemia, and Germany, 1596–99, general editor Sebastian Sobecki, vol. 2, A Relation of the Kingdom of Bohemia, View of Germany, and Discourse of the Hans Cities, edited by Sebastian Sobecki and John Flood (London: Hakluyt Society). 
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