Contents: Francisco Alonso-Almeida: Null Objects in Middle English Medical Texts - Graham D. Caie: The Hunterian Collection at the University of Glasgow - Javier Calle-Martin: Line-final Word Division in Late Middle English Fachprosa: G.U.L. MS Hunter 497 (V.7.24) - Mark Chambers: What is this, a betel, or a batowe, or a buskin lacyd?: Lexicological Confusion in Medieval Clothing Culture - Javier E. Diaz Vera: Analysing the Diffusion of Scientific Metaphors through a Corpus of Middle English Medical Texts - Maria Laura Esteban-Segura: Punctuation Practice in G.U.L. MS Hunter 509 - Teresa Marques-Aguado: The Dialectal Provenance of G.U.L. MS Hunter 513 - David Moreno-Olalla/Antonio Miranda-Garcia: An Annotated Corpus of Middle English Scientific Prose: Aims and Features - Nadia Obegi-Gallardo: A Lexical Study of The Book of Operation (G.U.L. MS Hunter 95 (T.4.12) ff.82r-156v): Illnesses and Treatment - Elena Quintana-Toledo: Orality in the Middle English Medical Recipes of G.U.L. Hunter 185 - Irma Taavitsainen: Early English Scientific Writing: New Corpora, New Approaches.
The Editors: Javier E. Diaz Vera is a lecturer of English and Linguistics in the Department of Modern Languages of University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). His research interests focus on historical sociolinguistics and language change in the history of English. Rosario Caballero is a lecturer of English and Linguistics in the Department of Modern Languages of University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). Her research interests pivot on metaphor research in discourse contexts and genre analysis.