The 2022 General Membership Meeting of the American Branch is now open for Registration.  Three exciting speakers will give talks:  Carol Ann Lloyd, Dr Kelly DeVries, and Dr Compton Reeves, and there will be a special musical performance by Hesperus Trio Nova following Saturday’s medieval banquet.  You can attend in person or by Zoom — but sign up soon, as space is limited!  All events are to be held

New Additions to the Fiction Library The latest additions to the fiction library include two novels about Cecily Neville which take very different approaches in telling her story as well as the latest (and last?) installment in J.P. Reedman’s I, Richard Plantagenet series. If you are in the mood for a rousing adventure story, you may be interested in The King’s Son by Darren Harris. Cecily   by Annie Garthwaite

  We  are pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 Schallek Awards These grants of $2,000 support graduate students conducting doctoral research in any relevant discipline dealing with late-medieval Britain. They help defray research expenses such as the cost of travel to research collections and the cost of photographs, photocopies, microfilms, and other research materials.  Four outstanding Ph.D. candidates are this year’s recipients:      Bethany Donovan at the