TOC: Early Medieval Europe vol. 22, no. 2, May 2014

[Editor's note:  The following articles and reviews may be of interest to some members.  For the complete table of contents, see http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/emed.2014.22.issue-2/issuetoc]


Law, ethnicity and taxes in Ostrogothic Italy: a case for continuity, adaptation and departure (pages 138–170) Shane Bjornlie

Ann: SMFS Mentoring Exchange

Dear Colleagues,

The Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship invites delegates of the May 2014 Kalamazoo medieval congress to participate in the Annual SMFS Mentoring Exchange.

Graduate students, independent scholars, junior and senior faculty members - anyone at any stage in his/her career is welcome to participate as either mentors or mentees (or both).

Deadline for exchange registration: April 16. Please email me (Leah Schwebel) at leah.schwebel@uconn.edu with the following information:

CFP: Knowing Nature in the Medieval & Early Modern Worlds

The Graduate Field Committee in Medieval & Early Modern Studies at University of Maryland, College Park--an interdisciplinary group of faculty and graduate students--is excited to announce this year's conference, Knowing Nature in the Medieval & Early Modern Worlds.

Nature, according to the critic Raymond Williams, is quite possibly “the most difficult word in the English language.” The genealogy of nature’s complexities—semantic, philological, epistemological, ontological—are the subject of this two-day conference that seeks to bring into dialogue historians o

CFP: Sixteenth Century Studies Poster Sessions


The Digital Humanities track is organizing a poster session at the 2014 SCSC meeting in New Orleans.  The poster session will be a more informal, interactive setting, best suited to projects currently in progress and non-thesis-driven presentations. If you are interested in proposing a poster for this session, please contact Colin Wilder, the SCSC Digital Humanities track director (wildercf@mailbox.sc.edu) within the next two weeks.


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