Volume 6 (2019): Landscapes
‘Landscapes’ are composed of complementary and contradictory aspects that interact with, influence and impact upon one another: the natural environment – encompassing plants, animals, and underlying earth itself in all parts of the world – and the imprint of human society on the environment in both physical and intellectual capacities. We can refer to a defined geographic area that is associated with a specific historic event, person, or culture, as well as to the ways in which people interact with their environment throughout time and space. How individuals and societies have interacted with their natural environment, have been limited by it, have tried to shape it, control it, and ultimately have changed it over many centuries of interaction.
For further information on the theme of Volume 6, please refer to the CFP here.
Volume 7 (2020): Minority and Marginalised Experiences
Recent scholarship has begun to acknowledge that the focus of Medieval and Early Modern Studies has long been on the experience of people in positions of social privilege. New movements in academia are addressing this imbalance, acknowledging that women, ethnic minorities, and other marginalised groups contributed richly to the fabric of medieval and early modern life. This volume of Ceræ aims to join this shift in focus to the experiences of minority groups, marginalised peoples, and life in non-western territories.
For further information on the theme of Volume 7, please refer to the CFP here.
All of the details on our submission process may be found on the OJS link here.
Featured Image credit: Guilliaume de Machaut, Le verger mystériux dans Le Dit du Lion, BNF Fr 1586, f.103