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Thank you for reading our article collection, and we hope you found the International Medieval Congress 2019 insightful. We now invite you to share your voice and be added to the countless viewpoints reflected in our History portfolio. Read below for a sample of some of our journals that are currently accepting submissions.

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Editorial Information

Dr Esther-Miriam Wagner , Woolf Institute, UK

Assistant Editor: 
Jessica Tearney-Pearce , University of Cambridge, UK

Book Review Editors: 
Christopher Heath, University of Manchester, UK 
Leonard Chiarelli, University of Utah, USA

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-MasāqJournal of the Medieval Mediterranean is a peer reviewed, international journal covering all aspects of Mediterranean societies and cultures from the fifth to the fifteenth centuries CE. As the journal of the Society for the Medieval Mediterranean, it aims to foster cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary investigation, encouraging debate on the intercommunal and transregional crosspollination within the Medieval Mediterranean, and promoting innovatory research. 

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Editorial Information

Stephen Alford, University of Leeds
Julia Barrow, University of Leeds
SJD Green, University of Leeds

Editor Emeritus:
GCF Forster, University of Leeds


Northern History

Northern History was the first regional historical journal. Produced since 1966 under the auspices of the School of History, University of Leeds, its purpose is to publish scholarly work on the history of the seven historic Northern counties of England: Cheshire, Cumberland, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland, Westmorland and Yorkshire. Since it was launched it has always been a refereed journal, attracting articles on Northern subjects from historians in many parts of the world.

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Nicholas M. Williams, University of Hong Kong




Tang Studies

Tang Studies is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication of the Tang Studies Society. Initially conceived in 1982 as the Tang Studies Society’s newsletter, it has now evolved into a full-fledged scholarly journal open to critical inquiry into all aspects of Tang China. Major disciplines regularly represented in the journal include literature, history, religious studies, and art history.

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