CONTENT COLLECTION | IMC 2019

This year the International Medieval Congress takes place in Leeds on 1st–4th July. Over the course of four days, medievalists from across the globe will gather to discuss all aspects of Medieval Studies.

‘Read free extracts from selected titles, ranging from Catherine Hanley’s Matilda to Nicholas. J. Higham and Martin J. Ryan’s classic Anglo-Saxon World

This year the IMC’s special thematic focus is on ‘Materialities’ – exploring how conceptions of matter, and matter itself, shaped the creation of the material world, regimes of labour and supply, connectivity, entanglements, trade networks, movements of things and people, concepts of agency and network theory, and constructed notions of the sublime, of replication, and of ‘reality’, as an abstract concept and category during the Middle Ages.

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We’ve curated a content collection featuring free chapters from several Yale medieval books which touch on some of the themes being discussed at this year’s conference. Read on and explore the free chapters below.

1. The World of the Crusades: An Illustrated History by Christopher Tyerman – Chapter 8: Baltic Crusades

 

2. Matilda: Empress, Queen, Warrior by Catherine Hanley – Chapter 6: 1141: Triumph

 

3. Medieval Europe by Chris Wickham – Chapter 1: A New Look at the Middle Ages

 

4. The Anglo-Saxon World by Nicholas. J. Higham and Martin J. Ryan – Chapter 5: The Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings, c. 825-900

 

5. The Crusader Armies: 1099-1187 by Steve Tibble – Chapter 1: A Primal Social War

 


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