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Paul Sturtevan

30. July 2014 by


Public Medievalist


The Public Medievalist is a Blog and Community Website for those interested in how the Middle Ages are still used in the present day.

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Modern Medievalist

29. January 2014 by


Modern Medievalist


Modern Medievalist an interesting blog on all things "medieval in a modern setting"...

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2. November 2013 by


These Fragments


These Fragments. Stray thoughts on the Archaeology of Early Medieval Dress and jewellery These Fragments is a blog written by Toby Martin, who has recently acquired a post as a postdoctoral junior research fellow at the University of Oxford. The title of the project is “Origins of a European Community. Creating identity and Networkd with …

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Zsombor Jékely

18. October 2013 by


Medieval Hungary


Medieval Hungary Medieval Hungary is edited by Zsombor Jékely, an art historian from Budapest, Hungary. He works at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest. Recently he have been one of the curators of a major exhibition dedicated to King and Emperor Sigismund. He received my PhD from Yale University, where I studied at the History of Art Department, focusing on …

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18. October 2013 by


The Medieval World


The Medieval World My name is Becky Cousins and I am an MA History graduate. I started this blog and the associated twitter account in 2010 as a sideline to my undergraduate History course. I had developed a keen interest in medieval history and wanted to pursue as much of this wonderful and fascinating period …

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Colm Moriarty from Irish Archaeology Blog

5. October 2013 by


Irish Archaeology


Irish Archaeology is a blog Wexford archaeologist Colm Moriarty, sharing Ireland’s amazing archaeology as well as interesting sites from around the world. There is also a dedicated facebook page 

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Karen Larsdatter

24. September 2013 by


Material Culture


Material Culture is about stuff from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, including clothing, armor, and artwork as well as news about museum exhibits and new books. More pictures than prose, there is always new and interesting stuff to delight you. This bonanza is brought to you by Karen Larsdatter She also provides us with a very …

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James Palmer

24. September 2013 by


Merovingianworld


the Merovingianworld is written by James Palmer and focus on the Early Middle Ages and Other Things “Merovingianworld is a site dedicated to the culture and politics of the Frankish kingdoms and their neighbours, from the end of the Western Roman Empire until the Carolingian coup of 750-1. It is intended primarily as a resource to …

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Medieval Academy Head

24. September 2013 by


The Medieval Academy Blog


The Medieval Academy Blog tells the stories from the Medieval Academy of America and post conferences and CFP.    

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The History Blog

24. September 2013 by


The History Blog


The History Blog is not always about medieval history, but it is still worth checking out. Articles are very well written and documented. In its presentation it says: “It’s a blog. About history. So I was sifting through reams of Google News Alerts, slightly miffed that there wasn’t some nice, handy blog that had already done all …

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In the Middle - medieval blog

24. September 2013 by


In The Middle


In The Middle is a medieval studies group blog written by Eileen Joy, Steve Mentz, Jeffrey Cohen, Mary Kate Hurley, Jonathan Hsy and Karl Steel It lives by this observation by Deleuze and Guattari: It’s not easy to see things in the middle, rather than looking down on them from above or up at them from below, …

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Modern Medieval

24. September 2013 by


Modern Medieval


Modern Medieval is a blog where The Middle Ages still have something to say. This intermittent blog about the continuing relevance of the period known as the Middle Ages to the modern world and modernity’s continuing fascination with the “medieval, is written by Matthew Gabriel, Rich Godden, Larry Swain, Brandon Hawk and Jennifer Lynn Jordan    

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Karen Louise Jolly

24. September 2013 by


Revealing Words


Revealing Words is about Northumbria in the Tenth Century Revealing Words follows the research trails of Karen Louise Jolly exploring the community of St. Cuthbert at Chester-le-Street, Northumbria, in the second half of the tenth century. Her starting point is the manuscript Durham Cathedral Library A.IV.19 and the additions made by Aldred and a group of …

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viqueen aka Judith Jesch

24. September 2013 by


Norse and Viking Ramblings


Norse and Viking Ramblings is a gentle wander through the Viking world undertaken by Viqueen aka Judith Jesch, who is professor at  in Nottingham. During the day (and sometimes the night) she teaches and does research into Old Norse language and literature and the Viking Age. The purpose of her blog is to record experiences and …

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Michelle Ziegler

24. September 2013 by


Heavenfield


Heavenfield is a blog written by Michelle Ziegler. Michelle Ziegler likes to be called Michelle of Heavenfield. It has a nice medieval ring, she claims. She writes about herself that she: “I am just a Gen-Xer trying to find my way through a very busy life, juggling jobs, church, and graduate school again, in pursuit …

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Kathleen Neal

24. September 2013 by


In Thirteenth Century England


In Thirteenth Century England is a blog about thinking, writing, and teaching high medieval history. It is written by Kathleen Neal, who study and teach at the Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies in the School of Philosophical, Historial and International Studies, Monash University (Australia). Views expressed in her blog are her own and not …

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