Medieval Resources

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CALL FOR PAPERS & SESSIONS on Medieval Italy (submissions due 31 Dec. 2018)

CALL FOR PAPERS & SESSIONS on Medieval Italy
7th Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
17-19 June 2019 at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri

We are looking for additional papers and sessions on topics relating to medieval Italy. Current session proposals in need of additional papers include:

CFP: International Medievalisms Conference, Maynooth (deadline: 15.12.2018)

International Medievalisms Conference
Maynooth University, Ireland, 27th-29th June 2019

Organiser: Mary Boyle, Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The conference is funded by the Irish Research Council.


Proposals are invited for papers for a conference on International Medievalisms in June 2019.

Plenary Speakers: Dr Nadia Altschul (Glasgow) and Dr Andrew Elliott (Lincoln)

CFP: The Culture of the Lay Elites in the Middle Ages – Impulses, Agents, Forms (28.11.2018)

Laity, in the Middle Ages, tends to be seen as ‘the other’. When we encounter the term in our sources it often draws attention to what someone is not: ordained, Latinate, educated. However, no one would suggest that only clerics shaped medieval culture and partook in its expressions.

Conference: Churches-Powers-Territories: New Perspectives on the History of the Church in Medieval Europe (11th-14th centuries), 6th-7th December 2018

Churches-Powers-Territories: New Perspectives on the History of the Church in Medieval Europe (11th-14th centuries)

Igrejas-Poderes-Territórios: novas perspectivas sobre relações entre Poder e Igrejas na Europa medieval (séc. XI-XIV)

International Meeting

The Heritage of Anglo-Dutch Relations: Medieval to Early Modern (Bristol, UK, Nov 16, 2018)

The Heritage of Anglo-Dutch Relations: Medieval to Early Modern

Fri 16 November 2018, 10.00-15.30

Helen Wodehouse Building, 35 Berkeley Square, Room 1.20, BS8 1JA

Speakers include: Elisabeth van Houts and Moreed Arbabzadah (Cambridge), and Ad Putter, Sjoerd Levelt, Carol Meale, Tamsin Badcoe, and Jack Avery (Bristol).

Lunch is provided. 

New Publication: Die Regesten des Kaiserreiches unter Friedrich I., Lief.5

New Publication: Die Regesten des Kaiserreiches unter Friedrich I., Lief.5

 

With the last volume of the „Regesta Imperii under Frederick I“ a project started in 1975 has come to its end. Thereby the whole existing sources concerning the period and the reign of Frederick Barbarossa are encompassed and made accessible by an index of proper names and a bibliography.

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CROSS-POSTED REVIEW: The Medieval Review 16.12.08 Browne and Ó Clabaigh, Soldiers of Christ (Hamonic)

"Browne, Martin, OSB, and Colmán Ó Clabaigh, OSB, eds. Soldiers of Christ: The Knights Hospitaller and the Knights Templar in Medieval Ireland. Dublin and Portland: Four Courts Press, 2016. Pp. xxi, 249. €45.00. ISBN: 978-1-84682-572-9.

 

  Reviewed by Nicole Hamonic

       University of South Dakota

       Nicole.hamonic@usd.edu

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