Reading Medieval Studies
The GCMS publishes a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, Reading Medieval Studies. One issue is published annually. Guest editors are welcomed for either special or regular issues. The journal was launched in 1975.
Reading Medieval Studies is edited by Carolina Escobar-Vargas (email@example.com ).
Annual subscription: £15.00
All previous issues of Reading Medieval Studies are now available free of charge, as pdfs of articles, by clicking on the 'Past Volumes' link in 'Things to do now'. Future volumes will be added on an annual basis.
If you would like hard copies of Reading Medieval Studies they can be ordered and paid for by card so please follow this electronic payment link
|United Kingdom||Cost of Postage|
|11-20 Volumes||£10.00 (Parcel Force)|
|Europe and International|
|2-5 Volumes||£10.00 (Parcel Force)|
Reading Medieval Studies XLI (2015)
Dr Marianne Ailes (University of Bristol)
Literary responses to Agincourt: the Allegories of Le Pastoralet and the Quadrologue Invectif
Dr Anne Bailey (University of Reading)
Anthropology, the Medievalist......and Richard III
Dr Carolina Escobar-Vargas (Universidad de Antioquia)
Magic, Technology and New Categories of Knowledge in the Central Middle Ages
Dr Irene Fabry-Tehranchi (British Library)
Royal adultery and illegitimacy: moral and political issues raised by the story of Utherpandragon and Ygerne in the French rewritings of Historia Regum Britanniae (12th-15thc.)
Dr Phillipa Hardman (University of Reading)
Wine, Women and Song: Innovation in the Middle English Charlemagne Romances
Dr Dave Postles (University of Hertfordshire)
English borough finances in the fourteenth century