New Medieval Books: Not Just Medieval
Here are five new books that are not entirely about the Middle Ages, but the other sections are good too.
New Medieval Books: From Peasants to Mudlarkers
Five new books to tell you about, taking you from Brigstock to Baghdad.
Marriage, Adultery and Divorce in the Middle Ages with Bridget Wells-Furby
Marriage was an important part of many medieval women’s lives, but not all marriages followed the neat path that the church had laid out for them. This week on The Medieval Podcast, Danièle speaks with Dr. Bridget Wells-Furby about fourteenth-century heiress Lucy de Thweng and what her story can tell us about medieval marriage, adultery, and even annulment.
Byzantine Gender, with Leonora Neville
In the first episode of Byzantium & Friends, Leonora Neville talks about her new book Byzantine Gender – how people in the Byzantine Empire conceived of men and women, masculinity and femininity, and the proper behaviour for men and women.
New Medieval Books: From Princesses to Primers
Our latest list of five new books about the Middle Ages.
New Medieval Books: 10 Open Access Books in Medieval Studies
Here are 10 books published in 2019 and 2020 which you can freely download and read right now.
New Medieval Books: Money and Power in the Middle Ages
Five new books about the Middle Ages, ranging from genealogy to minting coins.
New Medieval Books: The Crusades
Five new publications about the crusades.
New Medieval Books: From Rebels to Effigies
Five new books that medievalists will enjoy!
New Medieval Books: New Translations of Medieval Texts
Here are seven books offering new translations of medieval texts, all published within the last year.
Favourite Medieval Books from 2019
This week on The Medieval Podcast, Danièle is joined by Peter Konieczny to talk about their favourite books on the Middle Ages that were published in 2019.
New Medieval Books: Books on Medieval Warfare and Chivalry in 2019
Five new books for readers of medieval military history.
New Medieval Books: Byzantine History Books from 2019
Here are nine books that look at the Byzantine world, published in 2019.
New Medieval Books: England
Here are five new books on England in the Middle Ages, including one which you can download for free.
New Medieval Books: Biographies
An emperor, an admiral, a poet, a rebel, and five princesses – new biographies about people from the medieval world.
Crusaders with Dan Jones
Who were the men and women who took up the cross and journeyed to Holy Lands? Danièle speaks with Dan Jones about his latest book on crusaders and on why it’s important for historians to talk about the crusades today.
New Medieval Books: From Swords to Silent Film
Five new books about the Middle Ages, including a translation of two accounts of Milanese tyrants and a look at medieval manuscripts in a global context.
Staffordshire Hoard secrets revealed in new book
Following a decade of intensive conservation and expert research, a new book is revealing the importance of the spectacular Staffordshire Hoard to our knowledge of British and world history. It is set to offer fascinating discoveries about England in the seventh century.
New Medieval Books: Early Medieval Britain
Five new books that look at England, Scotland and Wales in the Early Middle Ages
New Medieval Books: Emperors, Philosophers, Mystics, Bandits and Guilds
Five new books about the medieval world, taking us from the Byzantine Empire to fields of Japan.
How to make medieval soap
A detailed recipe for making white soap from fourteenth-century England.
New Medieval Books: From Matilda to Married Life
Five new books about the medieval world, featuring an empress and a tradesman.
The death of Richard III
Read an excerpt from the newly published book, Richard III and the Battle of Bosworth, by Mike Ingram.
New Medieval Books: Texts and Translations
Here are five new books offering the texts and translations of medieval sources.
How to become an EVIL wizard – medieval magic from Picatrix
Could you learn magic and become a powerful and evil wizard? In the Middle Ages you could, if you had a copy of Picatrix.