We’re offering you the chance to help support our journal, Ceræ. The journal is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal committed to exploring the possibilities of the digital humanities and forging a strong community of medieval and early modern scholars in the Australasian region. With our first volume successfully released in October, we are now looking ahead … Continue reading Support Ceræ Journal
Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies is delighted to present its inaugural issue on the theme of ‘Emotions in History’, now available online at http://openjournals.arts.uwa.edu.au/index.php/cerae/issue/current. The contributions to this volume cover an exciting (and impressive) range of subjects which is a testament to the complexity and scope of this topic—watch this … Continue reading Volume 1 (2014): Emotions in History Launch!
Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies is excited to announce a two-week extension of the deadline for submissions to its second issue, to be published in 2015. The new deadline is October 15th, 2014. Ceræ is a peer-reviewed Australasian journal of medieval and early modern studies. Administered from the University of … Continue reading Extended Deadline: Ceræ, Issue 2 – ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’
There is still one month to submit papers for the second issue of Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Submissions close on 1 October 2014 and the theme is ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’, to be interpreted in any way the author sees fit. We are also accepting non-themed submissions for publication. … Continue reading Call For Papers: ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’ in the Medieval and Early Modern – One Month Left
In a recent blog post, Michael Ovens argued for the continued necessity of delineating our past in order to understand it. On the whole, periodisation does indeed remain a useful tool for historians to deconstruct the transitions, fractures, and fragments that took place throughout history. Nevertheless, it is not an approach which we should rely … Continue reading Kelly Midgley on ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’ and the Problem of Periodisation
As a historian first and foremost, the theme for Ceræ’s second issue - ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’ – has resonated with me on a fundamentally historiographical level. Historiography in the twentieth century has seen the undoing of the great narratives of progress and division, or transition and fracture, that divided history into epochs such as … Continue reading Michael Ovens on the theme ‘Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments’
EXTENDED DEADLINE: 14 NOVEMBER 2013 Emotions in History: Ceræ, an Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies would like to invite submissions for its inaugural issue on the theme ‘Emotions in History’, sponsored by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. Submissions … Continue reading EXTENDED DEADLINE (14 Nov 2013): Call for Papers
by MICHAEL OVENS “Imagine… that our minds contain a block of wax… Let us call it the gift of the Muses’ mother, Memory, and say that whenever we wish to remember something we see or hear or conceive in our own minds, we hold this wax under the perceptions or ideas and imprint them on … Continue reading So What Does Ceræ Mean, Anyway?
We have been working hard on our new website hosted by Open Journal Systems and we are delighted to announce that it is now ready to use! The site can be found here or by clicking on the link in the menu above. This site allows users to submit their articles online, streamlines the reviewing processes … Continue reading A new beginning: launch of our Open Journal Systems site
A reminder that submissions for the first issue of Cerae Journal are due by 31 October 2013! This inaugural issue will be on the theme of 'Emotions in History' and is sponsored by the Australia Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions. The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions … Continue reading Reminder! Call for Papers: Cerae Journal