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Biodiversity in the Late Middle Ages: Wild Birds in the Fourteenth-Century County of Holland.

This article provides a preliminary overview of the species of wild birds that lived in the fourteenth-century County of Holland, […]

Sander Govaerts 1 September 2022 2 September 2022 biodiversity, Historical Ecology, medieval, Netherlands, population dynamics
Book series: New Queer Medievalisms

New Queer Medievalisms explores new directions in the study of gay, lesbian, transgender, intersex, and asexual medieval identities and, simultaneously, […]

Ilse Schweitzer VanDonkelaar 9 April 2018 9 April 2018 gender, history, medieval, medievalism, Queer, religión, sexuality, transgender
Book series: Places and Spaces, Medieval to Modern

Places and Spaces, Medieval to Modern is an exciting series that brings together new research and innovative approaches to explore […]

Ilse Schweitzer VanDonkelaar 9 April 2018 9 April 2018 conservation, geography, heritage, landscape, medieval, place, public humanities, rural, space, tourism, urban
Series Announcement: Christianities Before Modernity

Challenging the perception of Christianity as a unified and European religion before the sixteenth century, this series interrogates the traditional […]

Shannon Cunningham 31 October 2018 31 October 2018 early modern, early modern Christianity, early modern studies, global Middle Ages, martyrology, medieval, medieval Christianity, Medieval Studies, Middle Ages
Series Flyer: Crossing Boundaries

The series Crossing Boundaries publishes works placed at the intersection of disciplinary boundaries to introduce fresh connections between established fields […]

Shannon Cunningham 31 October 2018 31 October 2018 cross-cultural studies, interdisciplinary, legal studies, medieval, medieval England, medieval Europe, medieval France, medieval history, medieval North, Medieval Studies
Series Flyer: The Northern Medieval World

The Northern Medieval World aims to integrate research from historical, archaeological, literary and other traditions. Highly interdisciplinary in scope, the […]

Shannon Cunningham 31 October 2018 31 October 2018 early modern, early modern studies, Finnish history, Icelandic history, medieval, medieval Finland, medieval Iceland, medieval Norway, medieval Scandinavia, Medieval Studies, medieval Sweden, Norse history, Norse studies, Norway, Old Norse, sagas, Scandinavian Studies, Swedish history
Blog Post 1

Welcome to my Blog Greetings reader. Allow me to take this opportunity to welcome you to what will serve as […]

Aidan James Burke 17 October 2022 31 October 2022 academic, antiquity, Arthurian, Boccaccio, Chaucer, chivalry, Christianity, Dante, dark ages, Gower, history, Literature, medieval, Medieval Literature, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Research, Sir Gawain, Theology, Translation
Call for Papers AJS 2019: Jewish Studies in “Global” Middle Ages

Call for Papers for Association for Jewish Studies (December 15-17, 2019 in San Diego, California) Jewish Studies in the “Global” […]

Caroline Gruenbaum 15 April 2019 15 April 2019 global Middle Ages, Jewish Studies, medieval
Espionage and Intelligence in the Middle Ages: Leeds IMC 2024 Call for Papers

Spying is one of the most fundamental activities by which political entities obtain and maintain their positions in times of […]

Kathleen B. Neal 22 July 2023 11 August 2023 CFP, diplomacy, espionage, intelligence, medieval, spies
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