Antiqua is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal intended for archaeologists and scientists having particular interests in the application of scientific techniques and methodologies to all areas of archaeology. The journal publishes Original Research papers as well as Rapid Communications, Case Histories, Editorials, and Letters. The journal seeks to provide an international, rapid forum for archaeologists to share their own knowledge.
Arabian Humanities International Journal
Arabian Humanities is the continuation of the earlier Chroniques yéménites journal, published by the French Center for Archaeology and Social Sciences in Sanaa (CEFAS) from 1993. It broadens its scope to the entire Arabian Peninsula, and is now resolutely oriented towards international research networks. Arabian Humanities is a peer-reviewed journal. It is multilingual (articles published in French, English or Arabic, with abstracts in the two other languages), and freely available on internet. Arabian Humanities intends, through biennial issues, to cover all areas of the humanities from prehistory to contemporary societies in the Arabian Peninsula. Constructed around a specific theme, each issue will also include independent articles and book reviews on the latest publications on the Arabian Peninsula appearing in European languages and Arabic.
British Numismatics Journal
The BNJ is the Society’s principal publication and has been published since 1903. A significant number of past issues are freely available to download and search.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Contains books reviews of works on ancient, late antique and early medieval studies.
Digital Medievalist is an international web-based community for medievalists working with digital media. It was established in 2003 to help scholars meet the increasingly sophisticated demands faced by designers of contemporary digital projects. Digital Medievalist publishes an open access journal, sponsors conference sessions, runs an email discussion list and encourages best practice in digital medieval resource creation.
The Heroic Age
The Heroic Age is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal which focuses on Northwestern Europe during the early medieval period (from the early 4th through 13th centuries). The journal seeks to foster dialogue between all scholars of this period across ethnic and disciplinary boundaries, including—but not limited to—history, archaeology, and literature pertaining to the period. The Heroic Age publishes issues within the broad context of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe. Each issue has a ‘general’ section and a ‘themed’ section.
Hortulus – The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies
Hortulus is a multidisciplinary refereed postgraduate journal devoted to literatures, cultures and ideas of the medieval world. Published electronically twice a year, its mission is to present a forum in which graduate students from around the globe may share their work. The journal publishes a themed issue each spring and a general issue each autumn.
Imago Temporis Medium Aevum
This an annual journal published on behalf of and part of the Consolidated Medieval Studies Research Group of the Universitat of Lleida, Catalonia. The journal aims to contribute to renewing studies into the medieval period, with special attention to the different conceptual aspects that gave rise to the medieval civilisation, and especially to the study of the Mediterranean area. It also hopes to promote reflection about the Middle Ages and the ways of approaching this historical period. It is offered annually as a vehicle for exchanges between medievalists from all over the world in the context of a globalized planet, under the stimulation of intellectual plurality and being open to debating ideas with rigor and scientific accuracy. The journal publishes in the format of articles those texts that pass a rigorous evaluation through independent and separate analysis by at least two leading experts from outside the journal’s editorial board.
Journal of the North Atlantic (JONA)
The Journal of the North Atlantic (JONA) is a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed and edited archaeology and environmental history journal focusing on the peoples of the North Atlantic, their expansion into the region over time, and their interactions with their changing environment.
A curated academic search-engine indexing 4,972 free ejournal in the arts and humanities.
Lemir: Revista de Literatura Española Medieval y del Renacimiento
This Open Access journal has been created with the intention of being a resource for researchers around the world interested in Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature.
Lingue antiche e moderne
Lingue antiche e moderne aims to create a virtual meeting place for classical and modern linguists and philologists to promote the spirit of collaboration and partnership among different languages and cultures. The journal welcomes submissions which investigate how classical languages are still essential and have been highly vital and influential throughout our modern world, from Humanism to Classicism, thus becoming the languages of the Modern world. A privileged focus will be given to language teaching and learning, since in Europe Latin has always been the language par excellence in schools and universities. More specifically, the journal will focus on how present-day language theories influence the analysis of ancient and classical languages and are influenced by it. The journal hopes that, thanks to its aims, scope and free on-line access, it will represent a link between the world of school education and academia and will actively promote the connection between scientific research and language teaching.
The Marginalia Review
A review of books in history, theology and religion.
Medieval Feminist Forum
MFF is published twice yearly (Winter & Summer issues). Its contents include articles from any of the Humanities disciplines, roundtables about the state of gender & feminist scholarship, book reviews, and specialized bibliographies. Begun in 1986 as Medieval Feminist Newsletter (MFN), in 1999, the journal was renamed Medieval Feminist Forum in order to better reflect the scholarly character of its articles and reviews. The Subsidia series, which consists of occasional special topics volumes, was also launched in 1999.
The Medieval Globe
The Medieval Globe is a peer-reviewed journal launched in 2014, to be published biannually in both print and digital formats. TMG explores the modes of communication, materials of exchange, and myriad interconnections among regions, communities and individuals in an era central to human history. It promotes scholarship in the means by which peoples, goods, and ideas came into contact, the deep roots of global developments, and the ways in which perceptions of the medieval past have been (and are) constructed around the world.
The Medieval Review
Since 1993, The Medieval Review (TMR; formerly the Bryn Mawr Medieval Review) has been publishing reviews of current work in all areas of Medieval Studies, a field it interprets as broadly as possible. The electronic medium allows for very rapid publication of reviews, and provides a computer searchable archive of past reviews, both of which are of great utility to scholars and students around the world. TMR operates as a moderated distribution list. Subscribers receive reviews as e-mail; TMR posts each review as soon as the editors have received and edited it. There is no paper TMR. Once posted, reviews are archived and available for viewing, searching, printing, etc. on the website.
General portal for medieval studies. Medievalismo tries to be a point of contact, meeting and reflection on Medieval History. The site is currently aimed at the Spanish-speaking academic world. It contains an online journal, Medievalismo Digitial, conference listings, journal listings, extensive links and resources pages, and an international list of medievalists.
Mélanges de l’École française de Rome – Moyen Âge
MEFRM offers original research contributions in the fields of history, archaeology and the social sciences relating to Italy and the Mediterranean from the Early Middle Ages to the Renaissance. Most issues are thematic, and the articles will often include editions of unpublished sources.
Mirabilia is an online publication which provides articles, documents and academic reviews produced by scholars of the ancient and medieval worlds. This publication is devoted to the concept of Cultural History, which is expressed in the relationship between History and other fields of knowledge. In its studies Mirabilia focuses on the literary, religious, philosophical and artistic aspects of those areas and their relationship in time and space. Mirabilia intends not only to unite the studies of different branches in the human sciences, but also to establish a dialogue between the areas of Ancient and Medieval history in Brazil. The reason for this ambition is simple: Brazilian scholars and students have great difficulties accessing sources and recent publications – a common problem in developing countries. Therefore, by approaching the two areas and offering them the opportunity of sharing research findings in Brazil and abroad, Mirabilia intends to strengthen Brazilian studies of Ancient and Medieval History, offering to a greater number of people access to the results of research currently conducted.
Mirator is an online, Open Access, multi-lingual peer-reviewed journal dedicated to Medieval Studies.
Networks and Neighbours
This new bi-annual journal is the official publication of Networks and Neighbours, the International Collaboration Research project in Early Medieval Studies. The journal publishes double-blind, peer-reviewed research essays, invited papers from senior scholars, and a select number of book reviews and conference reports. The editors of N&N encourage submissions on a wide-range of issues in Early Medieval Studies. N&N is constituted by scholars from around the globe. We encourage participation from diverse perspectives and institutional frameworks, and strive for a complementing collection of advanced students, junior researchers and senior academics in dialogue freely and openly, without barriers – whether territorial, linguistic, national, or other.
The textual modalities covered by the articles, reviews, translations and research and reports in Nuntias Antiquus cover the areas of classical studies, medieval enquiry and ‘celtologia’. The journal is a publication of NEAM, the Centre for the Study of the Ancient and Medieval World, at the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil, which brings together research from various areas of Arts and Humanities and seeks to establish a permanent dialogue between different fields of knowledge.
Online journal of medieval language, literature and cultural studies.
The Public Medievalist
The Public Medievalist is a web-magazine with articles on the intersection of medieval history and modern politics and culture.
Science and Technology of Archaeological Research (STAR)
STAR seeks to provide a dynamic, international and high quality open access forum for rapid publication of archaeological research resulting from the application of scientific and computational methods. The journal embraces the full breadth of archaeological enquiry; no periods, regions or site types are excluded.