Many thanks to Arc Humanities Press for their fantastic support at every stage of the publishing process—Simon Forde in particular has been simply amazing. Grateful to be working with such a wonderful press.
The actual book looks terrific. I really enjoyed the entire process with Arc, and I appreciate the ongoing care for the book that you have shown.
Glenn A. Peers, Professor, Syracuse University, author of Animism, Materiality, and Museums
The books I’ve seen from ARC are really fresh and lively which is all down to hard work in a cut throat business.
John Thompson, Emeritus Professor, Queen’s University Belfast and Senior Research Fellow at University of Glasgow
[T]he Encyclopedia of the Global Middle Ages [is] a new reference work written by an international group of scholars and commissioned by Arc Humanities Press. […] The scope of Encyclopedia of the Global Middle Ages is global, with articles on Kosovo, Korea, Ethiopia, Oceania, Delhi, and the Maya. This inclusivity contrasts with older seminal works[…]. [Its] content is diverse and eye-opening.
Michael Rodriguez, Collections Strategist, University of Connecticut, Storrs [published review]
ARC Humanities Press is really impressive.
Ruth Evans, Dorothy McBride Orthwein Professor of English, Saint Louis University
The volume looks beautiful and as I believe I’ve mentioned to you in the past, [the honoree] would have been absolutely delighted to have it come out as an open access text since he was an early adopter of and an ardent proponent of open access.
It has been a real pleasure working with you on this project; I’ve very much appreciated your professionalism and that of your colleagues with whom I’ve also worked. From my perspective, this has been a great experience all around. Ruth Kennedy did a splendid job on the design of the volume and she proved to be a very careful and sharp-eyed production manager, which I greatly appreciated.
Mark C. Amodio, Professor of English, Vassar College, author of John Miles Foley’s World of Oralities
Review of a volume of collected essays by non-native speaking scholars:
The essays are edited and formatted to a high standard and written in accessible and clear English. […] [T]he volume fills important gaps in historical research, serves a genuine need for high-quality and accessible Anglophone scholarship on lesser-studied areas of Europe, and sets a fine example for any future endeavors in the field to follow.
Mark Whelan, King’s College London (in Speculum 96, no. 1 (2021): 201-2)