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Read Top Research on Medieval Materialities

Welcome 2019 International Medieval Congress Delegates!

University of Leeds
1-4 July 2019

In honor of the International Medieval Congress Annual Meeting, please enjoy free access to a selection of articles on medieval materialities across a variety of disciplines below. Visit us at Booth 27 to browse our selection of books and journals and learn more!

In addition, we are pleased to offer free access until 30 September 2019 to a full special issue from Journal of Medieval History, People, places and possessions in late medieval England.

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Article TitleAuthor(s)Journal
Introduction: people, places and possessions in late medieval EnglandRachel M. Delman & Anna Boeles Rowland
‘Shaving Hair and Beards in Early Islamic Egypt: An Arab Innovation?’Petra Sijpesteijn
Holy cow!: the miraculous cures of animals in late medieval EnglandBriony Aitchison
The Scandinavian Container at San Isidoro, León, in the Context of Viking Art and SocietyNancy Wicker
Commissioning and Use of Charts Made in Majorca c.1400: New Evidence from a Tuscan Merchant's ArchiveIngrid Houssaye Michienzi and Emmanuelle Vagnon
A Sign of Victory?: ‘Scottish Swords’ and Other Weapons in the Possession of the ‘Auld Innemie’Ralph Moffat
Lady Yuchi in the First Person: Patronage, Kinship, and Voice in the Guyang CaveKate Lingley
Mysticism and Materiality: Pearl and the Theology of MetaphorKerilyn Harkaway-Krieger
Heritage or Imperial Violence: A Hidden History of Early Ming Princely Acquisition of ArtHuiping Pang
The Cardinal's Frogs: Constructing Animal Imagery in Two Fourteenth-Century Curial SermonsBlake Beattie
Death on the Seine: The mystery of the pagan king SetricStephen M. Lewis
The Reluctant Cosmographer: Johannes Stöffler (1452–1531) and the Discovery of the New WorldChet Van Duzer
Dunhuang Gazetteers of the Tang PeriodY. Edmund Lien
Intimacy and Abundance: Textile Relics, the Veronica, and Christian Devotion in the Aftermath of the Fourth CrusadeAnne E. Lester
Isn't Our Body the Only Thing We Have? Catherine of Siena, Medieval Fasting and (Post) Modern Anorexia NervosaJulia Bebbington Babb
The Copying and Imitation of Images in Medieval BestiariesIlya Dines
Magic for the Dead? The Archaeology of Magic in Later Medieval BurialsRoberta Gilchrist