- The Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry Project comes back to life with some lines from Juliana.
- Archaeology in Europe has an update, with a few medieval items sprinkled among the classical.
- A Corner of Tenth Century Europe has a post on medieval Latin on the internet.
- Wombat's World has a K'zoo round-up.
- Muhlberger discusses The Masculine Self in Late Medieval England.
- Medieval News has a list of links to reviews of new medieval books.
- The Medieval Garden Enclosed has a post on the lily of the valley.
- Medieval Material Culture Blog has details of two exhibits.
- Per Omnia Saecula has a post on Terry Gilliam and Don Quixote.
- StevenTill has Google maps of medieval castles, cathedrals, and abbeys. Now, why didn't anyone think of such a simple and cool post before?
- Eileen Joy asks for help choosing cover art for postmedieval. I really, really prefer the second one because it is both a more attractive color, and it capitalizes Postmedieval.
- Heroic Dreams has a clay castle and an office supply trebuchet.
- The Heroic Age has some links and a CfP for the New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
- Japes for Owre Tymes has a post on a Marvin strip I don't really understand. I assume it is supposed to be funny, but I can't quite get it.
- The WSJ discusses Nascar as an update of the medieval joust. I'm not 100% convinced, but am moreso than Paul Freedman. I think his objection is pretty much refuted by the existence of boat jousting.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
I've got Cub Scout camp, so tomorrow there will likely be no MMM. Until then: