- News for Medievalists has five new articles. Really, you should be going there on your own without me telling you.
- Medieval Cookery will be at GenCon.
- Gearwor has Beowulf fitts 14 & 15, and talks about three-word alliterative clusters and the word hilde in Beowulf.
- A Stitch in Time has some photos and video from her exhibition.
- Steven Till has the cover and publication info on Robin Hobb's Dragon Keeper.
- The Ruminate has a bibliography for Codex Boernerianus, and talks about the job market.
- Podictionary discusses the Old English origins of the word drive.
- Per Omnia Saecula has the latest on the "acts of lust" contest promoting the new EA Dante game, and watched Eragon so you don't have to.
- Got Medieval also has details on the Dante game.
- Old Norse News has a recent books round-up.
- Apparently there was a recent medieval Dr. Who episode.
- MEMO has two CfPs for K'zoo.
- Magistra et Mater continues blogging Leeds.
- Eileen Joy is blogging ISAS.
- JJ Cohen has three links you should have: The Global Middle Ages Project, MappaMundi, and the Scholarly Community for the Globalization of the Middle Ages.
- Also at In the Middle, the BABEL Working Group is on Facebook.
- DARC blogs two museum visits.
- Heroic Dreams reviews the documentary Reclaiming the Blade, which I really liked as well.
- The Heroic Age has almost a dozen CfPs, links, and other announcements.
- Heavenfield has a CfP on plague and famine, and talks about Bede's account of his meeting with Adomnan.
- The British Library will be getting the Macclesfield Alphabet Book. h/t The Cranky Professor, who also has a link to a slide show of MS images.
- A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe has a post on notaries' anthropomorphic animals symbols.
- Archaeology in Europe has about eight new articles.
- Matthew Gabriele has links for his Podcasts on Medieval Texts.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
Having just returned from vacation, I found a lot of medieval items clogging the pipes of the Inter-web. Here are some of them: