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Monster Monday

You may have noticed the recent trend for naming days on Twitter. We've had #WorldElephantDay, #InternationalDogDay and even #nationalburgerday (seriously, who makes this stuff up?!). So, without more...
From: Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts on 29 Aug 2016

The Marvels of the East: An early medieval Pokédex

Pikachus, Togepis, Flareons, Charmanders and Bulbasaurs. These days, the World seems obsessed with Pokémon GO. However, this fancy for exotic monsters with special powers is...
From: Dutch Anglo-Saxonist on 24 Jul 2016

The monstrous landscape of medieval Lincolnshire

The following very brief post lists a number of field and other local names from Lindsey that make reference to folkloric and monstrous creatures inhabiting northern Lincolnshire, based on the collection...
From: Caitlin Green on 22 Dec 2015

Willem de Blécourt: Werewolves in Medieval Europe

Willem de Blécourt: Werewolves in Medieval Europe29 October 20156.00-7.30pmRoom A112, Samuel Alexander Building, University of ManchesterAll welcome - free (Manchester Medieval Society members),...
From: Manchester Medieval Society on 18 Oct 2015

Ten Things To Know About Medieval Monsters

In their new picture book published by the British Library, Medieval Monsters, medieval historian Damien Kempf and art historian Maria L. Gilbert explore the fantastic, grotesque and exuberant world of...
From: Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts on 14 Apr 2015

OUT NOW: European Monsters (Fox Spirit, 2014)

Edited by Margrét Helgadóttir and Jo ThomasBlurb:They lurk and crawl and fly in the shadows of our mind. We know them from ancient legends and tales whispered by the campfire. They hide under the dark...
From: She-Wolf on 29 Jan 2015

CFP: Fighting Dragons and Monsters: Heroic Mythology

The International Association for Comparative Mythology 8th Annual ConferenceMay 24-26, 2014Institute of Archaeology and EthnographyNational Academy of Sciences of the Republic of ArmeniaYerevan, ArmeniaConference...
From: She-Wolf on 18 Sep 2013

CFP: Little Horrors: Representations of the Monstrous Child

Book ProjectCall for ChaptersGone is the Victorian innocence of childhood. We have entered the age of the monstrous child, the little horror.Each historical period can be seen to have prioritised a different...
From: She-Wolf on 12 Aug 2013

CFP: Kalamazoo 2014 Sessions

The 49th International Congress of Medieval Studies Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA May 8-11, 2014Three sessions at next year's International Congress of Medieval Studies - please note...
From: She-Wolf on 5 Jul 2013

MOOCs, Monsters, and the Grotesque

Now here’s something new. Mary Manjikian, who teaches government at Regent University, has a piece in the Chronicle this week that attempts to explain why we’re all so afraid of MOOCs (Massive...
From: Burnable BooksBurnable Books on 18 Jun 2013

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