Category: Medieval Studies

The Growth of Law in Medieval Wales

The Growth of Law in Medieval Wales

How on earth does someone become interested in medieval Welsh law? Dead law doesn’t sound like the kind of subject that would excite a young child, and even scholarly adults… READ MORE

Kinship is Fascinating

Kinship is Fascinating

‘Kinship is fascinating. While not all sociologists will agree with that claim, it is nevertheless a sociological observation and not an expression of personal predilection’.[1]  So Jennifer Mason asserts in… READ MORE

Monks, Miracles and the Making of England

Monks, Miracles and the Making of England

When returning the proofs of Bishop Æthelwold, His Followers and Saints’ Cults in Early Medieval England to the magnificent Caroline Palmer, I joked that we could try advertising the book… READ MORE

Cultural Translations in Medieval Romance

Cultural Translations in Medieval Romance

We are delighted that Cultural Translations in Medieval Romance, featuring selected proceedings of the Romance in Medieval Britain conference held at Cardiff University in 2018, has been published in time… READ MORE

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