Founded in 2009, Medievally Speaking is a peer-reviewed and fully online publication, edited by Richard Utz and Leah Haught.
Medievally Speaking encourages critical engagement with all investigations of and creative commentary on the continuing process of creating the Middle Ages, mostly with reviews and review essays, but also with interviews. Medievally Speaking draws from a vast pool of international scholars dedicated to the multilingual and interdisciplinary negotiation of medievalia in postmedieval times. We are interested in local, regional, national, and international topics, from reviews of traditional academic scholarship in medievalism studies through quick essayistic takes on internet memes, films, theater performances, TV ads, etc.
How to contribute: We will either contact you about reviewing for us, based on a recommendation by members of our advisory board, or you can get in touch and suggest a subject, publication, or event for review. The length of submissions should be commensurate with the topic. Most pieces we publish run between 600 and 3,000 words.
For more information, visit the Medievally Speaking website.