CFP: “Translating Genres: Arabic Prose and European Literatures”
Dress was a primary expression of identity in the European middle ages, when individuals made strategic choices about clothing and bodily adornment (including hairstyle, jewelry, and other accessories) in order to communicate gender, ethnicity, status, occupation, and other personal and group identities.
Past, Present, Future: Medieval Monsters and Their Afterlives
Sponsored by The Association for the Advancement of Scholarship and Teaching of the Medieval in Popular Culture
53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
10-13 May 2018
Proposals due by 15 September 2017
On the trail of the ancient Greeks’ trading emporia and the entrepreneurship of the bold Venetians and Genoese sea-farers, having in mind the examples of the Ottomans who closely guarded it and the modern merchants who discovered its rich agricultural resources, MMHN further extends its focus towards the Black Sea and its complex connections with the Mediterranean world.
This year, from October the 5th to the 7th, the Institute for Medieval Studies (IEM | NOVAFCSH)
and the municipality of Castelo de Vide are organizing the II International
Conference on the Middle Ages, under the theme “Space and Power in medieval urban
We invite researchers from any scientific area interested in the subject of the medieval
cities to submit session, paper or poster proposals within the range of the following
1 – The intervention of powers over the urban space: strategies and tensions
THE BATTLE OF YARMŪK (636 CE)
RETHINKING ‘CONQUEST’ IN THE LATE ANTIQUE NEAR EAST FROM BYZANTIUM TO ISLAM
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, SFB 923, Abteilung Orient- und Islamwissenschaft, Förderverein Geschichte an der Universität Tübingen e.V.
The Royal Studies Journal is an online and fully open access publication which adheres to the highest standards of academic double blind peer-review. It provides a truly international and inter-disciplinary forum for scholars whose research is connected to monarchy in any aspect, period or geographical setting.
Issue 4,1 (2017) offers articles by Alex Brondarbit: 'Into our defense and saveguarde': Eton College and the Good Lordship of Edward, Duke of York, and Nick K Crown: Catholic, Anglican, and Puritan Representations of Royal Martyrs as well as 15 book reviews.