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Call for Editor/s: Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Seeking an editor or editorial team of two to three in related fields to edit Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal for a (renewable) three-year term beginning 1 December 2017.

What Is Medieval European Literature?

It is a great pleasure for us to publish the first issue of Interfaces. A Journal of Medieval European Literatures, offering free availability for all.

Magna Carta and the English Historical Review: A Review Article

As the most venerable of Anglophone historical periodicals, the English Historical Review has carried many new findings on Magna Carta. In what follows, I attempt a survey of this contribution.

Accessus: Where Premodern Meets Hypermodern

Taking a look at Accessus: A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media, a free online publication sponsored by The Gower Project

A Study Retreat for Medievalists

Traces of Alchemy in the Literature of the High Middle Ages: An Informal Study Retreat on the eastern Maine Coast, on May 22–25, 2015

Global Approaches to the Middle Ages

This interdisciplinary panel discussion marks the appearance of the new journal The Medieval Globe.

The Medieval Globe launches with special issue on the Black Death

Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death is the theme for the inaugural issue of The Medieval Globe.

Publishing your Research in Archaeology Journals

Part 1: How NOT to get Published in Archaeology, by Robin Skeates; Part 2: How to write a book review, by Estella Weiss‐Krejci

Exemplaria receives the Phoenix Award for most improved journal

Exemplaria, an academic journal dedicated to medieval and Renaissance studies from Maney Publishing, has received the 2011 Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals

Call for Papers: Medieval Space and Place

The next issue of Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies will be published in May of 2012.

The Inquisition featured on a special issue of Hispanic Research Journal

Hispanic Research Journal has released its February 2012 issue today, with a special issue entitled Negotiating Power in the Iberian Inquisitions: Courts, Crowns, and Creeds. Five articles dealing with the Spanish and Portuguese inquisitions are published in the issue, which will be freely available until mid-February.

Hortulus Call For Papers for Issue on Medieval Space and Place

Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies Special Call For Papers for Issue on Medieval Space and Place SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR VOLUME 7, Issue 1: 1 March 2012 Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies is a refereed journal devoted to the literature, history, and culture of the medieval world. Published electronically twice a year, […]

Call for Papers: Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies

Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies Special Call For Papers for 2010 Issue on Exile in the Middle Ages Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies is a refereed journal devoted to the literature, history, and culture of the medieval world. Published electronically once a year, its mission is to present a […]

Special issue of Reading Medieval Studies to focus on the crusades

A new publication focusing on the crusades has been issued by the Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Reading. This special issue of Reading Medieval Studies contains a series of articles by leading and aspiring scholars in the field of crusading history. All the papers are united in exploring, through the language […]

Groundbreaking Stained Glass Journal celebrates fourth anniversary

Vidimus, the on-line journal of Stained Glass studies, is soon to celebrate its fourth anniversary. The Journal, launched in late 2006, is the only ‘free-to-view’ publication that deals with all aspects of stained glass and associated studies. As a ‘free-to-view’ service the editors of the journal are keen to encourage both scholars and members of […]

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching (SMART) is a journal of essays designed to assist teachers in communicating an understanding of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.  The journal publishes two issues per year, covering a wide variety of topics.  The editors of SMART have graciously give us permission to republish the following articles: The Tradition of King Arthur: The Grail in Legend and Film, by David […]

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