A project at Birkbeck College, University of London in which medievalist Anthony Bale collaborates with animation artist Shay Hamias to bring medieval manuscripts to life:
Controversy over the restoration of Chartres Cathedral
Does removing “dirt” from significant architecture (or sculpture, or painting) constitute restoration or a removal of accumulated history?
(Click on the picture to access the article.)
On Race and Medieval Studies
A statement by medievalists of color:
Eve of Wilton and Medieval Women’s Literary Culture
A blog post by Diane Watt from her Leverhulme project:
Listen to Plainchant at a Somerset Abbey
Chaucer Hitteth the Web
The British Library has digitized a manuscript of the Canterbury Tales:
Opera in Middle English!
David Wallace reviews the Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s recent performance of a version of Chaucer’s Merchant’s Tale:
The Tale of Januarie: Translingualism and Anxietie, Sexuality and Time
The Wren Library, Trinity College Cambridge Digitizes Manuscripts
The Wren Library, Trinity College Cambridge has digitized its medieval manuscripts, and they’re open access.
The Tabula Rogeriana Of Al-Idrisi
An article about one of the medieval world’s most wondrous maps:
Female Scribes in Early Medieval Manuscripts