Get an overview over the contents of recently published issues of the major Medieval History Journals from January 2017
Get an overview over the contents of recently published issues of the major Medieval History Journals from winter 2016 to 2017
The May issue of the journal, Early Medieval Europe, is packed with articles about politics and texts in Carolingian Europe
Medieval Encounters aims to promote discussion and dialogue about the interactions of Jewish, Christian and Muslim culture
New issue of Gesta published by the International Center of Medieval Art offers a number of exciting studies of medieval art.
Natural disasters in the Middle Ages were met with resilience in a number of different ways: migration, rebuilding, re-settlements.
Post-Classical Archaeologies (PCA) is a lively and well-edited scientific journal publishing articles focusing on hard-core archaeological, and yet interdisciplinary explorations of Medieval society
Book production in the Middle Ages required the contribution of parchment-makers, scribes, painters and illuminators, binders, booksellers and their tools
Session at next MAA conference in Toronto will shed light on the period "After the Carolingians: Manuscript Illumination in the Tenth–Eleventh Centuries
The Journal “French Studies” published in February 2016 a special issue focusing on “Medieval Libraries, history of the books, and literature".
New Issue of Medieval Encounters focus on Non-Muslim Communities in Fatimid Egypt (10th–12th Centuries CE)
Special issue in honour of the medievalist Stephen Parkinson
Gesta 2015 (2) presents original research on developments in the study of art and life of the Middle Ages.
The politics of being Norman, Byzantine and Visigothic Alicante, Bede as a computist, Anglo-Saxon and Viking battlefield in 1006. All in the new issue of Early Medieval Europe August 2015
Migration is the theme of the latest issue of the journal: Networks and Neighbours. It opens with a seminal article by Peter Heather on the controversial question of the character of the large-scale migration in the 4th and 5th centuries.
Early Medieval landscapes, Anglo-Saxon ideas of Paradise and Alcuin on the virtues and vices are only some of the fine articles in the recent issue of the journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe called The Heroic Age