Medieval studies has a diversity problem. I’m not going to detail it here, mostly because there are many excellent essays that do it better than I could do. But it’s a problem that we all need to keep working on, regardless of the resistance and barriers that get thrown in our way by the institutions […]
Calls for Papers
Call for Proposals for future volume of tiny collections, an imprint of punctum books. This call is for the volume What we see: A modest atlas of survivals, to be published in 2020. Deadline is June 29, 2018.
How do we and can we, as scholars of the Middle Ages and of medieval art, engage with the general public in the current political climate? A Call for Papers for the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies
In advance of the Babel session “Counter-Productivity: Valuing Scholarly Processes,” we are conducting an anonymous survey of scholarly working processes.
A call for participation in The Material Collective’s session, “Counter Productivity: Valuing Scholarly Processes,” at the 4th Biennial Meeting of the Babel Working Group in Toronto in October 2015.