Best of the Medieval Studies Research Blog: February Highlights
Welcome to the Medieval Studies Research Blog’s (MSRB) “Best of” news series where we report monthly on our recent publications and exciting initiatives.
Our February was about more than heart-shaped chocolates and out-of-season flowers (not that we don’t love those things too). This month we touched upon Byzantine moral theology, learned about one of the Medieval Institute’s active working groups, and even made a stop in Tolkien’s Middle Earth.
- Demetrios Harper, “Moral Self-determination and the Byzantine Christian Tradition”
- Jeremiah Coogan, “Working Groups in Progress (2018-2019): Jewish and Christian Books in the First Millennium CE”
- Richard Fahey, “Dragonomics: Smaug and Climate Change”
Happy reading! Stay tuned for our March highlights…
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