Mary-Jo Arn, born in 1942. Ph.D. from the State University of New York, Binghamton. Associate Professor of English Literature at Groningen University.
Fellow (1 September 1986 – 31 July 1987)
During my stay at NIAS, I produced a critical edition of the poems of British Library Manuscript Harley 682, an unusual work in the form of a collection of fixed-form and narrative verse of some 6630 lines, written near the middle of fifteenth century, probably by the great French poet Charles of Orleans during his twenty-five year captivity in England.