- The Heptarchy Herald discusses Sherlock Holmes, medievalist.
- Dante blogging continues with Canto X.
- The medieval word of the day is oblate, not to be confused with the medieval history term of the week, which is apse.
- Gearwor presents Beowulf, fitts 28 & 29.
- Hammered Out Bits discusses accessorizing for Vikings.
- Continuing the discussion of gargoyles, Quid Plura presents "A Sonnet from the Boartuguese."
- In the Middle has a CfP on "The Other, the Outsider, and the Outlaw in Medieval Romance," and a report from a really cool screening of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
- Modern Medieval has a CfP on "The Medievalism of Nostalgia."
- Writing a paper on medieval devils? Here's a bibliography on medieval devils -- all the work is done for you!
- Medieval Material Culture Blog points us to an exhibition of gothic art in Magdeburg.
- Muhlberger discusses the big Viking hoard found in Northumbria.
- There'll be a medieval poetry workshop in Lowell, MA on October 17th.
- Beowulf = viral marketing.
Monday, August 31, 2009
Morning Medieval Miscellany
For this Monday morning: