Beyond Medieval Europe publishes monographs and edited volumes that evoke medieval Europe’s geographic, cultural, and religious diversity, while highlighting the interconnectivity of the entire region, understood in the broadest sense – from Dublin to Constantinople, Novgorod to Toledo. The individuals who inhabited this expansive territory built cities, cultures, kingdoms, and religions that impacted their locality and the world around them in manifold ways.
Submissions may be monographs or edited volumes of 70,000 or more words (particularly of interest in this regard are volumes which bring together the work of scholars from various disciplines and modern regions), or shorter “minigraphs” of 45,000 to 60,000 words.
Europe, including the Latin East during the period of the Crusades
793 – 1453
Interconnectivity, medieval eastern Europe, wider medieval Europe, Byzantium, Baltic world, Centre / Periphery Relations, micro-Christendoms
Prof. Kurt Villads Jensen
Prof. Balázs Nagy
Prof. Leonora Neville
I am an historian of the medieval eastern Mediterranean, specializing in the society and culture of the eastern Roman Empire (the Byzantine Empire) in the ninth through twelfth centuries. I have strong interests in the late antique and classical antecedents of the medieval eastern Mediterranean cultures.
Bio and Image from: https://history.wisc.edu/people/neville-leonora/