Ceræ – Open Opportunities

Ceræ is an open-access, award-winning, peer-reviewed journal directed by a committee of international graduate students and early career researchers. We are united in our commitment to open access publishing, the innovative possibilities of the digital humanities, and to forging a strong community of medieval and early modern scholars. Volunteering for Ceræ provides invaluable experience in… Continue reading Ceræ – Open Opportunities

AEMA Conference – Reminder and Publisher Offers

The 2021 AEMA Conference, Eruption/Disruption/Interruption, will begin in less than ONE hour! The committee is very much looking forward to seeing our members and supporters, both new and old, and it's still not too late to register for this free international conference. To view the final programme and all the abstracts, as well as to… Continue reading AEMA Conference – Reminder and Publisher Offers

EHCS – Open Editorial Roles

Emotions: History, Culture, Society (EHCS) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary biannual journal published by Brill Publishing on behalf of the Society for the History of Emotions. EHCS is dedicated to understanding the emotions as culturally and temporally-situated phenomena, and to exploring the role of emotion in shaping human experience and action by individuals, groups, societies and… Continue reading EHCS – Open Editorial Roles

JAEMA Volume 17, Issue 1 – Digital Issue Available Now

This year, the AEMA committee has made the decision to begin publishing the journal a little differently to how we have done until now. As of Volume 17, the journal will be presented as two issues/year, with the new articles appearing in both issues, and the Book Reviews and Short Notices appearing in Issue 2.… Continue reading JAEMA Volume 17, Issue 1 – Digital Issue Available Now

New Brepols Book Series – East Central Europe, 476-1795 and beyond

This series from Brepols publishes interdisciplinary scholarship on the history of East Central Europe. It aims to contribute to a broader understanding of the social, economic, and political culture of the region as an integral part of Europe and a significant contributor to the human story worldwide. In so doing, this series challenges the application of… Continue reading New Brepols Book Series – East Central Europe, 476-1795 and beyond

JAEMA Volume 16 – Digital Issue Available Now

2020 has been a year of firsts within our discipline in many ways, and for AEMA this was no different as it culminated in the first themed issue of our association's journal. The 16th volume of JAEMA presents new research by Polish scholars on the broad theme of the Christianisation of Europe. The articles included… Continue reading JAEMA Volume 16 – Digital Issue Available Now

Reading Old English Wisdom – Book Launch

Νoted linguist Kate Burridge launches Robert DiNapoli’s latest book, released this year by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Reading Old English Wisdom: The Fetters in the Frost. This book translates and comments on a selection of Old English poems that modern scholars identify as “wisdom” texts. These comprise collections of maxims, philosophical and cosmological speculation, and historical… Continue reading Reading Old English Wisdom – Book Launch

Ceræ Volume 8 CFP

Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, is an award-winning, peer-reviewed, academic journal of medieval and early modern studies. Since its inception in 2013 at the University of Western Australia, Ceræ has intentionally been both a digital-only and an open access publication. Ceræ is seeking submissions for volume 8 of the journal,… Continue reading Ceræ Volume 8 CFP