Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality is an online, peer-reviewed journal of interdisciplinary scholarship on women and gender in medieval studies. We invite studies of literature, history, religion, art and architecture, and medievalism, including ones that employ theoretical models ranging from (but not limited to) queer theory and trans studies, critical race theory, decolonial and postcolonial approaches, disability studies, ecocriticism, materiality, affect theory, and history of emotion. Studies of specific authors or events are welcome, but should be framed for an audience of feminist medievalists broadly construed as well as for specialists in the case study. Articles will preferably be under 10,000 words (including footnotes).

Beginning with v.57 (2021) this will be published by Western Michigan University's Medieval Institute Publications.

Current Issue: Volume 57, Number 2 (2022)

Complete Issue




Who Does She Think She Is? p. 185-190
Caroline W. Bynum


When Feminism Isn't Enough p. 191-197
Monica H. Green

Book Reviews


The Letters of Margaret of Anjou p. 220-223
Gabrielle F. Storey

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