Some of you may enjoy listening to podcasts, especially when they are about medieval or military history.  If so, we’ve got a great podcast to share with you called “Bow and Blade” and hosted by Professors Michael Livingston and Kelly DeVries, both renowned military historians.  Started in 2021, and available on Apple Podcasts, it has a series of entertaining discussions about battles – famous and infamous – from the Hundred

As we Zoom into the year 2022, it’s terrific to know that many scholarly institutions are maintaining a program of talks that will be of great interest to Ricardians and medievalists alike.  Here are two very intriguing talks that are available to on-line audiences, sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania’s Schoenberg Institute. They involve the study of pre-modern books and manuscripts.  The first talk involves a genealogy called the Canterbury

Looking for a juicy, non-fiction book to immerse yourself in during the last days of Winter? We have the perfect recommendation: “Household Goods and Good Households in Late Medieval London: Consumption and Domesticity After the Plague”, our newest addition to the Non-Fiction Library. Written by Katherine French, Professor of History at the University of Michigan, this book is a fascinating look at how every-day people lived and set up their