Medieval

The paper investigates the diplomatic relations of Matthias Corvinus with the Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, focusing on the 1460s and ‘70s. [...]
Mon, Sep 18, 2017
Source: Medievalists
Why We Can't Stop Fighting about Chaucer's Man of Law By Bonnie J. Erwin Enarratio: Publications of the Medieval Association of the Midwest, Volume 20 (2016) Introduction: As Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims compete in their Host's tale-telling challenge, they bicker and mock one another, form both alliances and rivalries, and critique one another's religiosity, gender performance, and social […] [...]
Mon, Sep 18, 2017
Source: Medievalists
What lies at the core of this analysis of the conceptions about religious clothing – used as a heuristic tool – is precisely its capacity to show not only how the identities of the religious orders of the period evolved, but also how they were perceived and conceived, and how they shaped these changes. [...]
Mon, Sep 18, 2017
Source: Medievalists
The Medieval Quiet Period By Raymond S Bradley, Heinz Wanner and Henry F. Diaz The Holocene, Vol 26, Issue 6 (2016) Abstract: For several centuries in early Medieval times the climate system was relatively unperturbed by natural forcing factors, resulting in a unique period of climate stability. We argue that this represents a reference state for the […] [...]
Sun, Sep 17, 2017
Source: Medievalists
Five books published in 2017 that could be on the shelf of any medievalist. [...]
Sun, Sep 17, 2017
Source: Medievalists


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