Welcome to Palgrave’s Medieval Collection
Check out our eclectic group of books and journals below, which examine the medieval genre from the perspectives of both literature and history.
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COMPETITION: 'I am interested in the medieval world because...'
We are delighted to announce that we are hosting a giveaway on @PalgraveHistory. Simply retweet and finish the sentence in the post below and you could be in with a chance of winning a bundle of medieval texts.
The books within the bundle focus on a wide range of topics from Chaucer and Tolkien to the Magna Carta and Byzantines. Full terms and conditions of the competition can be found here.
Take a look at our related series below which cover an array of medieval topics...
Journals - postmedieval
postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies aims to develop a present-minded medieval studies in which contemporary events, issues, ideas, problems, objects, and texts serve as triggers for critical investigations of the Middle Ages. The journal also underscores the important value of medieval studies and the longest possible historical perspectives to the ongoing development of contemporary critical and cultural theories that remain under-historicized.
Read a word from the co-editor of postmedieval, Eileen A. Joy...
We are pleased to announce that the below articles from postmedieval, will be free to access until the 14th June 2017.
- Race-ing the dragon: the Middle Ages, race and trippin’ into the future
- The trouble with Britain
- The horror of orthodoxy: Christina Mirabilis, thirteenth-century ‘zombie’ saint
- Reading faces: how did late medieval Europeans interpret emotions in faces?
- Said in jest: Who’s laughing at the Middle Ages (and when)?
- Occupying the margins: Masks, microcultures and the mainstream media
- Staging encounters: The touch of the medieval Other
- Emotions in history and literature
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