The aim of Medieval Prosopography is to provide a venue for work engaged with the methodology of using data drawn from analysis of a group or relationships between individuals to restore to view the lives of those who would otherwise remain unexamined or to yield new insight into the medieval past. Scholarship taking the approach of collective or group biography also falls under the umbrella of prosopography and would be appropriate for the journal.
Medieval Prosopography has published articles on a range of subjects from all periods and places of medieval history and welcomes submissions on topics that relate to prosopography from late antiquity to the sixteenth century. Work on all areas and relevant aspects of the medieval world, including Islam and Byzantium, are welcome. Articles in the major European languages are invited and will be published in their original language. Anyone may submit an original article to be considered for publication in Medieval Prosopography provided he or she owns the copyright to the work being submitted or is authorized by the copyright owner or owners to submit the article. For more information on submission guidelines, visit the Policies page.
Current Volume: Volume 31 (2016)
General Introduction to the Studium Project
Jean-Philippe Genet, Hicham Idabal, Thierry Kouamé, Stéphane Lamassé, Claire Priol, and Anne Tournieroux
- George T. Beech, Western Michigan University
- Valerie L. Garver, Northern Illinois University
- Amy Livingstone, Wittenberg University
- Jonathan R. Lyon, University of Chicago
- Joel T. Rosenthal, State University of New York at Stony Brook