- Jonathan Jarrett asks why Cluny is considered so special by historians.
- Stephanie Trigg discusses Book III of Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde, and discusses the potential loss of medieval literature at the University of Tasmania.
- Over at In the Middle, Eileen Joy discusses her paper, "Eros and Events in Malory's 'Tale of Balyn and Balan.'"
- Also at ITM is a very interesting paper by Justin Brent, "Becoming a Medieval Jongleur."
- Speaking of papers given at SEMA, Nic D'Alessio has a report on the conference.
- The Lost Fort has some beautiful images of castles.
- This Friday at Bowling Green State will be "The Long Drive of Courtly Love: The Distance/Time Ratio of Amor de Longh."
- You can find recent medieval news at Medieval Material Culture and News for Medievalists.
- Speaking of MMCB, Scribal Terror expands on one of her posts on an Anglo-Saxon embroidery. She also discusses an elegant bit of medieval technology, reading stones.
- Modern Medieval has a podcast on "The First Crusade and the Origins of Europe."
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Morning Medieval Miscellany
In my never-ending effort to keep up with all the online medievalia, here are some links for you: