Tag Archive: Jonathan Jarrett

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...

This report is so very overdue that the actual event seems a very long time ago now, but this second phase of the Rethinking the Medieval Frontier project would not be complete without at least some account of the conference, so at last I have sat down and written one...

I have to excuse the long silence here, sorry. Why does this happen wherever I blog? Well, the simple answer is because I’m desperately busy and the complex answer does’t belong here so let’s move on to the topic, which is, I’m just back from Turkey and what I was...