Reviews in History has been accused with some justification in the past of concentrating too heavily on books of recent history. We’re making every effort to correct this imbalance, and as evidence of this two medieval history reviews have been published this week.
First Miriam Müller and Chris Briggs discuss (no. 835 and response) the latter’s Credit and Village Society in Fourteenth Century England, while elsewhere a book of comparative religious and cultural history, A Tale of Two Monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the Thirteenth Century by William Chester Jordan, is reviewed (no. 836) by Andrew Abram.
However, we’d still be really keen to receive any suggestions of forthcoming books on medieval history that we should cover, and particularly any relevant electronic resources in this area. All suggestions to email@example.com.