Thứ Ba, 25 tháng 8, 2015

Thứ Tư, 12 tháng 8, 2015


The British Library is looking for help trying to solve an inscription on a medieval sword...

London Chaucer Conference 2015: All The Tweets #Chaucer2015

All the tweets (in chronological order) from the Biennial London Chaucer Conference, held at Senate House Library, 10-11 July 2015. [Note: this captures only tweets using the official confernece hashtag #Chaucer2015]

Getting the Word Out: Medieval Manuscripts Now

UCL Festival of the Arts, 21 May 2015, 18:30 to 19:30 - Live tweets from public discussion on the use and abuse of digital images of medieval books: #ManuscriptsNow

Thứ Hai, 20 tháng 7, 2015

ANZAMEMS 2015 - Medieval Conference in Australia

Kiera Naylor collected the tweets from the Australian and New Zealand Medieval Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies conference at University of Queensland in Brisbane. The conference was held from July 14-18, 2015.

Could the Vikings slay cancer? - Medieval News Roundup

Our latest medieval news roundup takes a look at cancer research in Iceland, a new Byzantine research centre in Turkey, and the discovery of the remains of a boy in Siberia who lived back in the 12th century.
Photo credit: Yamalo-Nenets regional Museum and Exhibition Complex

Thứ Tư, 1 tháng 7, 2015

What's being found, what's being restored - Medieval News Roundup

Recent news for medievalists, including the restoration of a 15th-century manuscript, and the discovery of a Norman castle. And check out the great video from the people behind Just for Laughs Gags:

Thứ Ba, 16 tháng 6, 2015

Magna Carta Roundup

The 800th anniversary of the creation of Magna Carta was a major event, and here is a roundup of how newspapers and other media covered it.

Her Majesty The Queen unveils a plaque commemorating 800 years of Magna Carta - Photo courtesy Surrey County Council

Thứ Ba, 12 tháng 5, 2015

From Kempe to the Congress - 5 medieval articles in the news

We bring you five articles from the last couple of days about the Middle Ages. Do you like this format?

New evidence supports Margery Kempe's account

Some scholars have suspected that Margery Kempe's account of her religious life and pilgrimages were made up, but a letter from her son has just been uncovered...

Archaeological finds at Littlemore Priory

Update on the Mass Grave discovered in Paris

The total number of human remains uncovered in the basement of a Paris supermarket reaches 316 according to an update from the New York Times

Local media on the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies

Time again for the congress! Will you be there?

Yes, Ill be there!

No, I'm not going

Photo by Denis Gliksman/Inrap

Thứ Tư, 15 tháng 4, 2015

Discoveries, Donations and Digs: Medieval News Roundup

A couple dozen items to share with you as we get caught up with the medieval news from the last few weeks...

Finally, we wanted to show you this beautiful video of a 16th century Irish castle...

Thứ Năm, 8 tháng 1, 2015