by guest contributor Rachel Q. Welsh In medieval Castile, between about 1050 and 1300, local municipal lawcodes, or fueros, looked
by contributing editor Jake Purcell Several people have said to me that I would have made a good medieval monk.
by guest contributor Jack Dragu On 16 April, I had the pleasure of attending “Nearness | Rift: Art and Time
by guest contributor Philipp Nothaft According to a metaphor once popular among early modern scholars, chronology is one of the
by contributing editor Jake Purcell I share with JHI Blog editor John Raimo a buzzing affection for philology. On the
by guest contributor Matthew McHaffie Eleventh-century France is often described as a feuding society, where social and cultural attitudes towards
by guest contributor Yitzchak Schwartz Historians have a very specific idea of how Jewish intellectuals understood their history at the