Two book reviews which I’ve written have recently been published in the journals Hortulus and Retrospectives:
- Review of Tanya Stabler Miller, The Beguines of Medieval Paris: Gender, Patronage, and Spiritual Authority. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014, in Retrospectives: A Post-Graduate History Journal, 4:1 (2015). [Read online]
- Review of Celia Chazelle, Simon Doubleday, Felice Lifshitz and Amy G. Remensnyder, eds., Why the Middle Ages Matter: Medieval Light on Modern Injustice. New York: Routledge, 2012, in Hortulus: the Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies, 11:1 (Fall 2014). [Read online]
A précis of the conference paper for which I won the 2014 American Society of Irish Medieval Studies Barry Prize has also been published in the society’s journal:
- “Précis of the 2014 Barry Prize Winner: Loughsewdy alias Plary: a Cistercian Nunnery Reconsidered”, in Eolas: The Journal for the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies 8:1 (2015), 135-41.
It was a really nice feeling to be able to pick up a hard copy of the journal this year at the IMC in Kalamazoo!