Mailing Lists

Statue of Constantine, Capitoline Museum, Rome (detail) (Photograph: Andrew Stephenson)
Statue of Constantine
Capitoline Museum, Rome (detail)
(Photograph: Andrew Stephenson)

Byzans-L Listserv

The intended focus of BYZANS-L is the history and culture of Byzantium and neighbouring regions between the 4th and 15th centuries. Within these parameters the list provides a public forum to discuss topics of general interest. BYZANS-L is intended primarily to facilitate the exchange of scholarly information within the international academic community, but it also welcomes the participation of the wider interested public. Brief notices of related presentations, conferences, calls for papers and other professional opportunities are also appropriate. The appearance of new publications or internet resources may well be of interest to list members, but promotional announcements of a primarily commercial nature are not appropriate.

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Early Medieval Forum

US University website

H-Net - Academic Announcements

Search and browse for academic conferences, calls for papers and programs of  interest. Announcements can also be posted and you can subscribe to receive announcements.

Late Antique Listserv

LT-ANTIQ is an unmoderated list that provides a discussion forum for topics relating to Late Antiquity (c. AD 260-640). For the purposes of this discussion list, 'Late Antiquity' will cover the Late Roman, Early Byzantine, Early Medieval and Early Islamic periods. Geographical coverage will range from western Europe to the Middle East and from the Sahara to Russia. Cross disciplinary interaction is particularly encouraged. Along with the usual scholarly interchange, users also are invited to post notices relating to upcoming conferences and other activities, and to job openings.

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The Medieval Review and Bryn Mawr Classical Review

The Medieval Review (TMR) and the Bryn Mawr Classical Review (BMCR) are online free subscription journals covering reviews of new publications. They can be subscribed to separately, or jointly as the Bryn Mawr Review. See details for the Bryn Mawr Classical Review and for The Medieval Review. The subscription form also provides an option for subscribing to both journals in a single consolidated subscription known as the Bryn Mawr Review (BMR). Reviews are archived and are searchable online.