- Everyone's been linking to the Index of Medieval Youth and Education over at A Commonplace Book.
- About.com has links about the Met exhibit "Pen and Parchment," and a little quote from "The Cuckoo Song."
- The Medieval Garden Enclosed also has a post on midsomer.
- Getting Medieval discusses Richard II.
- Studies of Popular Culture and the Middle Ages has a review of Merlin: Knowledge and Power through the Ages, and the CfP for 21st Century Medievalisms.
- Much to my excitement, Steven Till has the cover of Bernard Cornwell's new book in the Saxon series (though apparently I've got to wait another half year), and the Medieval Timeline for June 24th.
- Ninalog also mentions Henry VIII being crowned on the 24th. I really should have had a small Miscellany yesterday.
- Quid Plura has a bunch of links to stuff I missed last time.
- Purring Prophecy discusses amphibologies.
- New Donstre Social Club has a construction job by Lady Fame herself.
- Muhlberger's Early History muses on women in the English Peasants' Revolt, the French Revolution, and the streets of Tehran.
- A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe also talks about women in the Peasant's Revolt.
- Medievalism has two CfPs for the K'zoo Congress.
- There will be a Domenico Beccafumi exhibit at the Louvre from June to September. h/t Medieval Material Culture Blog.
- Medieval Geek's Guide has a comic about the Great Vowel Shift, a comic about Richard III, has some images of the Swedish Vallhund (a medieval breed of cattle-herding dog), and Richard II's cookbook.
- Magistra et Mater continues a discussion of the late Anglo-Saxon state.
- Gearwor has Beowulf, fitt 11.
- Lingwe finds an error in the Tolkien entry for Who's Who in Literature, 1925.
- JJ Cohen posts part of his keynote on The Jew of Unbelief / The Jewish Neighbor.
- The Heroic Age has Medieval News of the Week.
- Henchminion sends us to an article about a plague of compulsive dancing. Boogie Fever, no doubt.
- Hammered Out Bits has a video on cold forming reversal curves.
- Archaeology in Europe has ten new posts.
- News for Medievalists has an announcement that Mikulcice will not become a world heritage site, has a post on the Dunadd Carvings, and has the video interview with Steven Walton embedded below. I've linked to his Medieval Technology and American History website before, but here it is again.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
Today in the world of medievalism: