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The Heroic Age (journal)

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The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe is a peer-reviewed academic journal founded in 1998,12 with first issue having been published during spring/summer 19993 The founder and the first editor-in-chief of the journal was Michelle Ziegler45

The title of the journal, The Heroic Age, refers to the early medieval period, though there is certain variation in the definition of the period in focus: it is or has been, in previous versions of their website, calls for papers, and other sources defined as stretching "from the early 4th through 13th centuries",6 "from the beginning of the fourth century through the beginning of the thirteenth",78 "from the late fourth through eleventh centuries",9 "from 400-1100 AD",10 "approximately between 300 and 1200 CE",11 and "from the late Roman empire to the advent of the Norman empire"12 This variation is partly, at least accounted for in the Letter from the Editor in Issue 10 May 2007 as related to changes in the editorial board of the journal: " our Editorial Board experienced a few changes While some members retired, we also added several new members With these changes in board composition, our attentions necessarily shifted: four of the five new members do significant work on the continent To address this, our new Mission Statement increases the time period we consider from 400-1100 to 300-1200 Likewise, there is an accompanying shift in geography Our new Mission Statement addresses all of Northwestern Europe evenly rather than stressing the British Isles"13

Publications in The Heroic Age cover all aspects of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe714 The journal seeks, according to their own homepage, "to foster dialogue between all scholars of this period across ethnic and disciplinary boundaries, including—but not limited to—history, archaeology, and literature pertaining to the period"15

The Heroic Age started as a biannual journal: it had a spring/summer and a fall/winter issue in 1999 and in 2000 Two issues were published also in 2010, the first one in August and the second in November However, the frequency of published issues decreased in the new millennium No issues of the journal were published in 2002, 2011, 2013, and 2014 Otherwise that is, in 2001, 2003–2009, 2012, and 2015, one issue per year was published16 Larry Swain wrote that the original idea was that The Heroic Age should appear quarterly17 Intentions to publish two yearly issues have also been expressed, both in the initial stage,18 and later19

Regular features include full-length research articles, editions and translations of primary sources, biographical essays, a forum on modern theory and scholarship, a review of relevant web-sites "Electronic Medievalia", reviews of scholarship originally published in German, Dutch, and French a column called "Continental Business", as well as book reviews including reviews of scholarly monographs and fiction based on the Middle Ages, and film and television reviews

In 2010, the journal published a cluster of essays in tandem with postmedieval: a journal of cultural medieval studies2021

The website of the journal has also a links page22

The editors-in-chief are currently L J Swain Bemidji State University and Deanna Forsman North Hennepin Community College2324

The journal is included databases and bibliographies including the MLA Directory of Periodicals and International Bibliography, EBSCO's Electronic Journal Service, the History of Science Society, and others

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  1. ^ Breen, Thaddeus C "The main Irish archaeological and historical journals" Irish Archaeology Retrieved 2015-12-21 The Heroic Age A fully peer-reviewed academic on-line journal intended for professionals, students and independent scholars The Heroic Age was founded in 1998 
  2. ^ Ashley, Mike 2011-09-01 The Mammoth Book of King Arthur Little, Brown Book Group ISBN 9781780333557 The Heroic Age is a free on-line journal founded in 1998 and dedicated to the study of Northwestern Europe from the Late Roman Empire to the advent of the Norman Empire 
  3. ^ "The Heroic Age Archives" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-17 
  4. ^ Clarkson, Timothy 2012-10-05 "The Heroic Age issue 15" Senchus Notes on Early Medieval Scotland Retrieved 2015-12-17 This successful online journal, founded by Michelle Ziegler in the 1990s, goes from strength to strength 
  5. ^ "Editorial Staff" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-20 The Heroic Age Founder: Michelle Ziegler Belleville, Illinois, Interests: Sixth- to Ninth-century Northumbria and Dalriada, Hagiography 
  6. ^ "The Heroic Age Homepage" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-20 The Heroic Age focuses on Northwestern Europe during the early medieval period from the early 4th through 13th centuries 
  7. ^ a b "The Heroic Age Mission statement" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-15 The Heroic Age is dedicated to the exploration all aspects of early medieval Northwestern Europe, from a variety of vantage points and disciplines from the beginning of the fourth century through the beginning of the thirteenth 
  8. ^ Jones, Charles October 7, 2012 "AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Open Access Journal: The Heroic Age" ancientworldonlineblogspotcom Retrieved 2015-12-20 The Heroic Age is dedicated to the exploration all aspects of early medieval Northwestern Europe, from a variety of vantage points and disciplines from the beginning of the fourth century through the beginning of the thirteenth 
  9. ^ Liuzza, RM, ed Spring 2007 "Call for Submissions: The Heroic Age Issue 13, "Early Medieval Manuscripts: Use and Abuse"" PDF Old English Newsletter 40 3 Published for The Old English Division of the Modern Language Association of America by The Department of English, University of Tennessee, Knoxville p 12 Retrieved 2015-12-15 – via OENewsletterorg The Heroic Age is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal intended for professionals, students and independent scholars Its focus is on Northwestern Europe during the early medieval period from the late fourth through eleventh centuries The editors seek to foster dialogue between all scholars of this period across ethnic and disciplinary boundaries, including, but not limited to, history, archaeology, and literature pertaining to the period 
  10. ^ "The Heroic Age" Retrieved 2015-12-20 This is the blog of The Heroic Age, http://wwwheroicageorg, an online journal dedicated to the study of European Northwest from 400-1100 AD 
  11. ^ "Entry-20090508061914-_The_Heroic_Age - Scholaresnet" wwwscholaresnet Retrieved 2015-12-20 The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe invites submissions for our upcoming issues In each issue, we plan to publish papers on any topic that falls approximately in the era between 300 and 1200 CE and within the general geographical region of Northwestern Europe  
  12. ^ Trinkle, Dennis A; Merriman, Scott A 2006 The History Highway: A 21st Century Guide to Internet Resources 4th ed ME Sharpe p 85 ISBN 9780765616302 The Heroic Age is a refereed online journal dedicated to the study of northwestern Europe from the late Roman empire to the advent of the Norman empire 
  13. ^ "Letter from the Editor" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2016-01-04 
  14. ^ "The Heroic Age Homepage" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-21 The Heroic Age publishes issues within the broad context of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe 
  15. ^ "The Heroic Age Homepage" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-20 The Heroic Age focuses on Northwestern Europe during the early medieval period from the early 4th through 13th centuries We seek to foster dialogue between all scholars of this period across ethnic and disciplinary boundaries, including—but not limited to—history, archaeology, and literature pertaining to the period 
  16. ^ "The Heroic Age Archives" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-21 
  17. ^ Swain, Larry May 2009 "Letter from the Editor" The Heroic Age A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe 12 ISSN 1526-1867 Retrieved 2015-12-22 The Heroic Age will celebrate its first decade in 2010 We formed the board in late 1999 and published our inaugural issue in Spring 2000, imagined then as appearing quarterly 
  18. ^ "The Heroic Age - A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe - Eintrag im Clio-online Web-Verzeichnis Geschichte" wwwclio-onlinede Retrieved 2015-12-21 It is our intent to publish twice a year 
  19. ^ Swain, Larry; Malcor, Linda May 2008 "Letter from the Editor" The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe 11 ISSN 1526-1867 Retrieved 2015-12-22 we are working on returning the journal to a bi-yearly schedule  
  20. ^ Joy, Eileen A "In the Middle: NEW ISSUE OF POSTMEDIEVAL: CRITICAL EXCHANGES" wwwinthemedievalmiddlecom Retrieved 2015-12-16 
  21. ^ Joy, Eileen A "The States of Early English Studies: A Shared Essay Cluster with postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-20 The cluster of essays published jointly here and in Volume 1, Issue 3 of postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies Nov 2010, addresses the intersections between early English studies, theory, and the present 
  22. ^ Eden, Brad 2005 "Chapter 2 Humanities Web Portals" Library Technology Reports Published by ALA TechSource, an imprint of the American Library Association 4, July–August 2005: 22 doi:105860/ltr41n4 Retrieved 2015-12-20 A well-designed portal for this specific time period, The Heroic Age: Links Page features links to several categories, including Anglo-Saxon, Arthurian, Briton, Frankish, Irish, Norse, Scots and Picts, and Manx 
  23. ^ "Editorial Staff" wwwheroicageorg Retrieved 2015-12-15 
  24. ^ "thelonemedievalist" thelonemedievalist Retrieved 2015-12-15 

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