About the Journal

Originally the brainchild of a group of postgraduate students at the University of Western Australia, over the last few years, Ceræ has grown and is now administered by a passionate group of postgraduate students and early career researchers from around the world.  From the very beginning, Ceræ has been a peer-reviewed academic journal of medieval and early modern studies, and it is managed through an Open Journal Systems site.

On this website you will find information about the journal’s scope and editorial policies, news about the journal, the editorial committee, and of course, the link to the journal itself. Ceræ, it must be noted, is intentionally a digital-only publication, to reflect both the transience of the modern digital medium in which we disseminate and store our information, as well as being the medium of choice for the period this journal is focused upon – that is, the wax-tablet, or ceræ.