Medievalia is an academic journal on medieval studies taking an inter-scientific and inter-discipinary perspective. It publishes all kinds of articles spanning this historical period, concentrating on Europe or on any other geographical area. It also showcases the latest historiographic debates; in addition, it provides detailed information on the most recent bibliography, with extensive reviews which often constitute parallel studies. It also includes a section titled “reflections” which is dedicated to studies still in progress, research projects, and any new hypotheses which can make a significant contribution to the investigation on, and understanding of, the medieval world.
First issue: 1980
The reviews should be sent to Daniel.Rico@uab.es no later than June 1st, 2012.
R. Maxwell & K. Ambrose (eds.), Current Directions in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Sculpture Studies, Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, XII+212 pp., 114 b/w ils., ISBN: 978-2-503-53165-6.
Institute for Medieval Studies
Autonomous University of Barcelona
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*BOOKS: Livio Petrucci, Alle origini dell’epigrafia volgare. Iscrizioni italiane e romanze fino al 1275, Pisa, 2010, pp. 20-56. ARTICLES: Alfonso Leone, “Alfonso il Magnanimo e l’economia dell’Italia meridionale”, Medievalia, 14 (1998), pp. 9-17. MANUSCRIPTS: [Letter from a professor from Salamanca], Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid, Ms. 8180, ff. 122r-123v.