The articles in this special issue show the many possibilities that the study of manuscripts offers across different subject areas and fully demonstrate the significance and impact of manuscripts on all realms of medieval and modern life, i.e., medical, political, private, etc. The issue will be helpful for readers to visualise some of the lines of research carried out within the label of Manuscript Studies.
Since 1980, the journal Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses has published works related to the field of English studies. Each of the two volumes published per year contains an alternating monographic part devoted to a cultural, literary or linguistic topic and a miscellany part including other articles, interviews, and book notices. RCEI aims at publishing outstanding works promoting academic debate.