That's not to say that all original posting will be on hold until then. One of the things I'm doing, for example, is listening to all of Matthew Gabriele's podcasts so I can report on them to you. I listen to them on my daily run, so I ought to finish them in the next day or two (unless the weather turns nasty).
Until there, here's your Morning Medieval Miscellany:
- Jeffery Hodges has a meditation upon curiousity that features Bernard of Clairvaux.
- Heavenfield discusses whether St. Augustine (of Canterbury, not the City of God guy) established a church on Ely.
- Heroic Dreams has a post on medieval weapons, as well as one on mysterious halberds. Perhaps a Wordhoarder can help with the Case of the Mysterious Medieval Halberds.
- Speaking of weapons, Musings from a L.O.O.N. has a post with lots of images of armor (you've got to scroll a bit to get to the armor).
- JJ Cohen posts his syllabus for his "Myths of Britain" class, and discusses the role of Wikipedia in scholarly publishing.
- And for the scholars out there (whether they cite Wikipedia or not), The Heroic Age issues a CfP.