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Erik Wade Aug 8
Are you a white dude who talks about his "Viking heritage" and thinks those were the good old days when "men were men & women were women"? Let a medievalist give you some tips on how to be an Authentic Viking Man! First: make sure there's lace on your clothes.
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Erik Wade 13h
St. Augustine expresses confusion about fans of true crime. (from Confessions, Book X, Chp. 55)
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Erik Wade 9h
Teachers shouldn't have sex with students. We should also stop depicting stories of such relationships as romantic. Abelard & Heloise isn't a love story. It's about an older man abusing his student. Many canonical authors were rapists: Chaucer, Malory, etc.
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Mateusz Fafinski Aug 2
A medieval ”postcard”: “I am a beast! Greetings from Onfim to Danilo”. Adorned by a picture of a fantastic beast and sent by a Novgorod schoolboy called Onfim to his friend in the 13th century the drawing is made on birch bark. 1/
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Ben Grimshaw 43m
Godfrey of Bouillon received by the Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos in Constantinople during the First Crusade. 19th century painting by French artist Alexandre Hesse (1806–1879).
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Schoenberg Institute Aug 8
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Mateusz Fafinski Aug 9
Aristotle, followed by Averroes and Ramon Llull, charge the Tower of Falsehood (where Truth is held hostage) armed with Philosophy. St. Peter perg. 92, North France after 1321
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Sarah Luginbill Aug 9
anyone want to pool monies, buy this, and then have it as a place for medievalists to stay in Europe? Near Turin, $1.6 million
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Schoenberg Institute 7h
time for his solo. Collins Hours, fol. 30r
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Medieval Art Research Aug 3
🚨 New Resource 🚨 cThe ‘Introducing Medieval Christianity’ is a fantastic website run by designed to introduce students to some key concepts in medieval Christianity!
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Clint Morrison 3h
Y’all!!!! Look what came in the mail today!!!!
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Sharpe Books Aug 8
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Pacscl Philadelphia 7h
Digitized as part of PACSCL’s project, funded by .This entire ms is a stunner — view it at
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Erik Wade 7h
I don't know what I was thinking by googling "Beowulf naked" just now*, but now I know that "no other sex tube features more Beowulf scenes than Pornhub!" *(I was trying to figure out if there was a scholarly argument that he's actually naked when he fights)
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Axel Folio, PhD 5h
And just a Monday reminder for cause we are notorious for having predators 👇🏾. Someone send this to all the profs who blocked me. Don't fuck your students, especially cause (hypothetically) things might get messy & they might commit suicide. Right?
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Trivent Publishing 3h
[1/3] Trivent Publishing is a young publishing company that was established in 2014 in Budapest, Hungary. Its goal is to serve the academic community by publishing peer-reviewed volumes dedicated to academic research.
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Dr. Lauren of Alderaan 7h
Ah jeez, what did he do now?
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Medieval Institute Publications 5h
We love to see smiling authors with their books! Becky McLaughlin with her recently published book, Hysteria, Perversion, and Paranoia in the Canterbury Tales: "Wild" Analysis and the Symptomatic Storyteller.
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Annie Whitehead Author 12h
On my blog: how to interpret those tricky names eg anything ending in 'frith' is male, and 'flaed' is female:
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EHFA Blog 53m
In search of Eleanor Cobham, the Duke of Gloucester's mistress by
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