York 1190: Jews and Others in the Wake of Massacre was organised by Sarah Rees Jones and Sethina Watson of the Centre for Medieval Studies and the Department of History.

The conference was supported by the British Academy, the Jewish Historical Society of England and the Royal Historical Society. The Borthwick Institute republished the essays of Barrie Dobson on anglo-jewish history for the occasion: The Jewish Communities of Medieval England . We are publishing a collection of essays relating to the theme of the conference and developing further related research projects.

Wednesday, 15 December 2010

New Graduate Student Medieval Studies Journal at the CUNY Graduate Center

From Ethan Zadoff:

The Medieval Studies Certificate Program (MSCP) and Pearl Kibre Memorial Study at the CUNY Graduate Center has started a new gradate student journal.

We are currently putting together our first volume based on last year's annual MSCP conference theme titled "Intimacy: Family, Fealty and Friendship in Middle Ages" and we are soliciting submissions from graduate students in fields related to medieval studies for our inaugural edition. We are planning a fairly aggressive time frame for the publication of the first volume and as such, if you wish to submit your work please do so no later than Friday January 7 to allow for a full editorial process to take shape.

We also welcome reviews of recently published books. The first volume will be an online volume only and we would like submissions to be no longer than forty-five double spaced pages.

If you are interested in submitting a paper or book review or if you have any questions please contact Ethan Zadoff at Ezadoff@gc.cuny.edu

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