Print ISSN: 2033-5385
Online ISSN: 2033-5393
Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist
Medieval Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, History, History of Art, Archaeology, Theology, Religious History, Social History, Cultural History, Political History, Literature, Manuscript Studies
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
The Mediaeval Journal is a distinctively European-based cross-disciplinary and multinational journal of Mediaeval Studies published in English in both print and online formats. Featuring the work of specialists in all areas of Mediaeval Studies, it offers wide disciplinary coverage in every issue and welcomes submissions from the worldwide community of mediaevalists in traditional disciplines such as Art History, History, Archaeology, Theology, European Languages/Literatures (including English), as well as burgeoning areas such as Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Manuscript Studies, Mediaevalisms, Material Culture, History of Medicine and Science, History of Ideas, Queer Studies, Postcolonial Studies, and Musicology, to name a few. Each issue of The Mediaeval Journal also contains timely and expert reviews responding to the variety and energy of scholarship across the world of Mediaeval Studies. The General Editors are pleased to receive submissions in any of the above areas, and to respond to queries from potential contributors.
Please select 'Author information' below for detailed submission guidelines and other information. This information is also available from the journal's website: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/saims/tmj.htm.
Margaret Connolly, University of St Andrews
Justine Firnhaber-Baker, University of St Andrews
Ian Johnson, University of St Andrews
James Palmer, University of St Andrews
Frances Andrews, University of St Andrews
Dominique Barthélemy, Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
Bettina Bildhauer, University of St Andrews
Paul Binski, University of Cambridge
Louise Bourdua, University of Warwick
Julia Bray, University of Oxford
Maurizio Campanelli, La Sapienza University, Rome
Vincent Gillespie, University of Oxford
Chris Given-Wilson, University of St Andrews
Piotr Górecki, University of California, Riverside
Tim Greenwood, University of St Andrews
Louise Haywood, University of Cambridge
John Hudson, University of St Andrews
Klaus Krüger, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
Julian Luxford, University of St Andrews
Simon MacLean, University of St Andrews
Peggy McCracken, University of Michigan
Alastair Minnis, Yale University
Esther Pascua Echegaray, Universidad a Distancia de Madrid
Norman Reid, University of St Andrews
Miri Rubin, Queen Mary University of London
Marina Rustow, Princeton University
Jeremy J. Smith, University of Glasgow
Angus Stewart, University of St Andrews
Björn Weiler, , University of Aberystwyth
Stephen D. White, Emory University
Alex Woolf, University of St Andrews
Joseph Ziegler, University of Haifa
Patrick Zutshi, University of Cambridge
The General Editors are pleased to receive submissions in any of the above areas, and to respond to queries from potential contributors. Please send submissions, in the form of email attachments, to the general editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer Review Procedure
Submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed, and for this reason should be accompanied by a separate page that includes the article’s title and the author’s name, affiliation, and contact details. The article itself should include only its title, not the name of its author, and the author should avoid self-identification in the argument or documentation of the article. Final decisions about acceptance for publication are made by the General Editors.
Guidelines for Authors
Guidelines and further general information can be found on the journal’s website: https://tmj.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/submission-info/
The stylesheet for authors can be found at: https://www.brepols.net/permalink/stylesheet-short-refs
Licencing & Copyright
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Open Access Options
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Researchers from low- and middle-income countries, early career scholars, independent researchers, and other authors who do not have the resources to pay the APC are invited to contact the editor-in-chief.
See our dedicated webpages for further details on our open access options at https://www.brepols.net/open-access/journals, and our self-archiving policies at https://www.brepols.net/open-access/self-archiving-policy.
Ethics, Malpractice and Authorship Statement
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RANKING & INDEXING
ATLA Religion Database
Bibliography of British and Irish History
ERIH PLUS - European Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences
International Bibliography of Humanism and the Renaissance
International Medieval Bibliography
MLA International Bibliography
ANVUR Area 10 – Scientific
CIRC (C Classification in human sciences)
Excellence of Research in Australia (ERA) journal list 2018, ARC