Print ISSN: 0078-2122
Online ISSN: 2507-0444
Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by an external specialist (i.c. appointed by the Board)
Medieval Studies, History, Late Antiquity, Reformation, Interdisciplinary Studies, Literature, Archaeology, Linguistics, Art History, Religious History, Musicology, Cultural History, Manuscript Studies
German, English, French
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
Nottingham Medieval Studies was first issued in 1957 and published its fiftieth volume in 2006. It was and remains an interdisciplinary journal for studies of European history and literature from Late Antiquity through to the Reformation. The journal also features articles in related fields such as archaeology, art history, linguistics, musicology and philosophy. Nottingham Medieval Studies is published as a single annual volume.
Rob Lutton, Department of History, Nottingham
Natasha Hodgson, Department of History, Nottingham Trent University
Nicola Royan (chair), School of English, Nottingham
Christopher King (secretary), Department of Archaeology, Nottingham
Ross Balzaretti, Department of History, Nottingham
Helen Barr, University of Oxford
Julia Barrow, University of Leeds
Chris Callow, University of Birmingham
Jayne Carroll, School of English, Nottingham
Catherine Cubitt, University of York
Peter Darby, Department of History, Nottingham
Gwilym Dodd, Department of History, Nottingham
Richard Goddard, Department of History, Nottingham
Natasha Hodgson (editor), Nottingham Trent University
Judith Jesch, School of English, Nottingham
Mike Jones, School of English, Nottingham
Richard Jones, University of Leicester
Christina Lee, School of English, Nottingham
Doug Lee, Department of Classics, Nottingham
Christopher Loveluck, Department of Archaeology, Nottingham
Rob Lutton (editor), Department of History, Nottingham
Joanna Martin, School of English, Nottingham
Gabriele Neher, Department of Art History, Nottingham
Sarah Semple, Durham University
Claire Taylor, Department of History, Nottingham
Jan Vanderburie, University of Leicester
Monica White, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, Nottingham
Emily Wingfield, University of Birmingham
Simon Yarrow, University of Birmingham
NMS welcomes submissions dealing with all aspects of the middle ages, from the Late Antique period to the Reformation. The main language of the journal is English, but work in French or German can also be accepted. Papers can be of any length between 4000 and 15000 words, inclusive of references, though occasionally longer pieces can be considered; papers consisting of or including editions of short texts are welcomed. Submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed. In preparing manuscripts for review, authors should avoid revealing their identity within their essays and should follow the Author Guidelines available on this webpage (or upon request from the editors or publishing manager).
Submissions should be sent to Dr Rob Lutton (Rob.Lutton.[at].nottingham.ac.uk), and Dr Natasha Hodgson (natasha.hodgson[at]ntu.ac.uk).
Peer Review Procedure
Each article is read double-blind by at least one, but normally by two external specialists chosen by the editors; in choosing readers the editors take the advice of members of the editorial board as appropriate. Articles may be read by members of the editorial board as well as by external specialists.
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