Tag Archive: frontiers

Part of the reason that the report on our first conference took so long to come is the amount of other stuff your humble author (Jonathan Jarrett) has been doing, and no small part of this has also been to do with medieval frontiers—who’d’a thunk? And not the least of...

Now that we have whetted your appetite with the program, which you can find here, we hope very much that you can also be induced to come along to the first Rethinking the Medieval Frontier conference on April 10th, in the Charles Thackrah Building at the University of Leeds, and...

Having set out the origins of this project, I thought perhaps a more personalised reflection on my position in the subject could be useful, not least as I’m sure I have blind spots which perhaps you the reader can cure for me! But it seemed to me when first I...

[There is some work to do for me in working out how to do line breaks and paragraph separation in this CSS template. But I’m not doing it now, so sorry about the weird formatting…] Now that we’re actually up and running, I have a blog to maintain again. It’s...