Blogs & social media
- Times Resonant, blog by CML post-doc Alastair Matthews
- My Albion, blog by CML PhD Steffen Hope
- Guest post on "Mélusine, the Half-Serpent Woman" by Lydia Zeldenrust at the Medieval Comics Blog
- CML on Facebook
- CML on Twitter
#WhanthatAprilleDay16 and #WhanThatAprilleDay17
On the first of April, medievalists the world over celebrate old languages! Here are some of our 2016 and 2017 Twitter contributions via Storify. See our Facebook page for more!
CML and CML members in the news
- Series of articles at videnskab.dk by journalist Mikkel Andreas Beck:
- "Ved at passe på fortiden, passer vi også på os selv " Overview article featuring Lars Boje Mortensen, Shazia Jagot, Dale Kedwards, and Réka Forrai
- "Nordboere i middelalderen tog på studieophold i udlandet " On international mobility among medieval students, featuring Lars Boje Mortensen
- "Fem bøger fra middelalderen, du sagtens kan læse i dag" Five books from the Middle Ages that you can easily read today, featuring Lars Boje Mortensen
- "Sådan agerede en spindoktor i 1400-tallet " and in English at Science Nordic Medieval spin doctors and political critics, featuring Kristin Bourassa
- "Middelalderens skandinaver troede, at Jorden var rund " and at Jyllands Posten Medieval maps and the round earth, featuring Dale Kedwards
- Using modern technology to read medieval manuscript fragments, TV2 Fyn
- Christian Høgel, "Danmark taber terræn uden sprogpolitik," Kristeligt Dagblad
- Alastair Matthews, "Denmark and Europe: The Importance of the Long View," thelocal.dk
Exhibitions, events, & publications
- In progress: virtual exhibition on King Canute's 1016 conquest of England
- In progress: exhibition on Anglo-Danish relations at Møntergården museum, Odense
- Lars Boje Mortensen, board member for a new series of short books published by Aarhus University
- Lars Boje Mortensen, afterword: "Nye læsninger af Saxos Danmarkshistorie," inSaxos Danmarkshistorie: Oversat af Peter Zeeberg, 2015, pp. 867-81.
- Christian Høgel, talks at the Folkeuniversitet and Forskningens Døgn (Research Day).
For more on the CML's outreach, please see our annual reports.