Category: Medieval Studies

Durham University IMEMS Press

Durham University IMEMS Press

This year we were delighted to announce a partnership with the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS) at Durham University. And what a mouth-watering prospect it is, with no fewer than six new series… READ MORE

King John and Religion

King John and Religion

Dr Paul Webster is the Exploring the Past Co-Ordinator and a lecturer in medieval history in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion at Cardiff University. His book, King John and Religion, was first published in June… READ MORE

Happy Birthday Richard Barber!

Happy Birthday Richard Barber!

This week sees a landmark birthday for Dr Richard Barber, co-founder in 1969 of the Boydell Press which in time merged with Derek Brewer’s imprint to form Boydell & Brewer. All of… READ MORE

Chrétien’s Equal

Chrétien’s Equal

Nigel Bryant provides an introduction to his newly published book Chrétien’s Equal: Raoul de Houdenc from the Arthurian Studies series. You can find more books from Nigel Bryant on his… READ MORE

The Templar Estates in Lincolnshire, 1185-1565

The Templar Estates in Lincolnshire, 1185-1565

Dr J. Michael Jefferson explains how his new survey of major Templar landholdings offers fresh insights into key questions about their history.                 The Knights Templar were an order of… READ MORE

Ethnicity in Medieval Europe, 950-1250

Ethnicity in Medieval Europe, 950-1250

Claire Weeda is a cultural historian at Leiden University. In her new book, Dr Weeda investigates how racial stereotypes were created and used in the European Middle Ages. On 26… READ MORE