Medievalists to Follow

HISTORIANS, ARCHAEOLOGISTS, LITERATURE SCHOLARS, AND ART HISTORIANS WITH THEIR OWN HELPFUL WEBSITES, RESOURCES, BLOGS, AND TWITTER ACCOUNTS

Eric Weiskott, BC English professor, Old & Middle English verse 

Entry into Jerusalem, Christ in the House of Simon,  c. 870-880 V&A ivory 257-1867

Entry into Jerusalem, Christ in the House of Simon,  c. 870-880 V&A ivory 257-1867

The Medieval Review, scholarly reviews of recent books and edited volumes on medieval topics

Karen Jolly, Anglo-Saxon history and popular religion at University of Hawai'i

Guy Halsall, professor at University of York, early medieval archaeology and ethnicity. Archived blog here.

medieval POC, tumblr dedicated to people of color in European art history 

Matt Delvaux, BC PhD candidate in History studying viking material culture & slavery

Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog, light-hearted Middle English blog & twitter account

History Matters, University of Sheffield History Department blog from medieval to modern UK history  

Heather Mitchell-Buck, English professor at Hood College, medieval drama & teaching with technology 

Medievalists.net, a go-to first source for academic and popular studies of medieval topics & current events

Brandon W. Hawk, professor at Rhode Island College, Old English apocrypha & digital humanities

Richard Abels, Anglo-Saxon warfare & kingship historian at USNA, links to helpful maps, timelines, & syllabi

Kate Thomas, University of York research associate on Anglo-Saxon religious practice and literature 

Rachel Moss, historian of late medieval gender and fatherhood, gender in academia, University of Oxford

History Today, magazine & online resource for history including medieval & early modern Europe (subscription required)

James Palmer, early medieval world & Merovingian historian, links to mss, saints' lives, chronicles & modern medieval things