Episode 7 of The Medieval Podcast – What was marriage in the Middle Ages really like? Danièle is joined by Ruth Mazo Karras, a leading expert on medieval relationships, especially marriage. They discuss love, weddings and partnerships in medieval society.
Ruth Mazo Karras is the Lecky Professor Of History at Trinity College Dublin. She is well-known for her work on women, gender and sexuality in the Middle Ages, and among her published books is Unmarriages: Women, Men, and Sexual Unions in Medieval Europe and Sexuality in Medieval Europe: Doing Unto Others. Click here to view her university webpage. You can also follow her on Twitter @rmkarras
Top Image: The Marriage – a miniature by Niccolò da Bologna, created in the 1350s, now held at National Gallery of Art, Washington DC