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Fortunately (for me), last week was a tad bit slower at the Twitter feed. Before getting into the main topics, I would like to direct you towards a nice round-up of Arthurian links at the Senchus website, as well as an article … Continue reading →
To begin with, for all those budding medievalists out there, Witan Publishing now offers epublishing service for medieval scholars. It sounds like a great opportunity to get your work out there, so hit them up for further info. An article of general … Continue reading →