Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale

Presentation

The Cahiers de civilisation médiévale (ISSN 0007-9731) is a quarterly journal which publishes on all aspects of Romanesque civilisation (10th-12th centuries)

Old issues from 1958 to 2007 are available for free on the portal Persée 

To subscribe, download the subscription form here.

Functional address of the periodical: ccm.cescm@univ-poitiers.fr

Address for books reviews: ccm.cescm.recension@univ-poitiers.fr

Order thematic issues nos. 231 & 232 about Hispanic liturgy here.

The Cahiers have been published by the CESCM since 1958. Firmly multidisciplinary, they welcome contribution in the form of original synthetic articles as well as articles on more specific subjects in every discipline, the aim of which is to lead to a better comprehension of central Middle Ages (history, literature, art history, history of law, musicology, philology, philosophy, and so on) by promoting both interdisciplinarity and specific features of each field.

With a particular attention to current bibliographical developments, the Cahiers de civilisation médiévale review every year more than two hundred books, monographs and sources editions.

Every year, four issues thus gather different collaborators (senior as well as junior researchers) from all over the world who contribute to francophone research on the Middle Ages. In order to maintain the improvement of the periodical circulation, the editorial board is currently working on an electronic version of the Cahiers de civilisation médiévale.

Suggest an article

Please send your article suggestion by mail to the review secretary (ccm.cescm@univ-poiters.fr). Articles must be written in French and unpublished. They are anonymously assessed by two or three specialists (see evaluation grid in PDF format).

In accordance with established practice, the author agrees not to submit her/his text to another journal before having received an answer from the editorial board.  Authors must imperatively obey recommendations (see note to authors in PDF format)

Team composition

  • Director

Martin Aurell, Professor of the University of Poiters, CESCM director

  • Honorary directors

† Pierre Bec, Robert Favreau, Piotr Skubiszewki

Edition

  • Editorial manager

Flavie Grout, editor

  • Relationships between editors, authors and census takers monitoring, reviews management

Isabelle Santoire, editorial assistant (part-time)

  • Press office

Karine Corre, bibliographer

  • Subscription, selling and circulation

Catherine Banc, management assistant

Editorial board

  • Julie Barrau – professor of medieval British history (University of Cambridge)
  • Sulamith Brodbek – lecturer of Byzantine art history (University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne)
  • Gordon Blennemann – professor of medieval history (University of Montréal)
  • Stéphane Boisselier – professor of medieval history (University of Poitiers)
  • Luc Bourgeois – professor of medieval archaeology (University of Caen)
  • Edina Bozoky – emeritus senior lecturer of medieval history (University of Poitiers)
  • Christelle Cazaux-Kowalski – lecturer of musicology (University of Poitiers)
  • Yann Dejugnat – lecturer of medieval history (University of Bordeaux Montaigne)
  • Thomas Deswarte – professor of medieval history (University of Angers)
  • Cătălina Gîrbea – professor of medieval French language and literature (University of Bucarest)
  • Pierre-Marie Joris – lecturer of medieval literature (University of Poitiers)
  • Stephen Morrison – professor of medieval English language and literature (University of Poitiers)
  • Éric Palazzo – professor of medieval art history (University of Poitiers)
  • Aurélien Robert – research fellow in philosophy (University of Tours, François Rabelais)
  • Blaise Royer – editor for the journal Canopé
  • Cécile Treffort – professor of medieval history (University of Poitiers)
  • Cécile Voyer – professor of medieval art history (University of Poitiers)

Advisory board

  • Claude Andrault-Schmitt – emeritus professor of medieval art history (University of Poitiers)
  • Dominique Barthélémy – professor of medieval political and social history (University of Paris-Sorbonne)
  • Gabriel Bianciotto – emeritus professor of medieval literature (University of Poitiers)
  • Pascale Bourgain – emeritus professor of the École Nationale des Chartes
  • Jean-Pierre Caillet – professor of medieval art history (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre)
  • Marie-Thérès Camus – honorary professor of medieval art history (University of Poitiers)
  • François Dolbeau – studies director in the EPHE
  • Claudio Galderisi – professor of medieval French language and literature (University of Poitiers)
  • Anita Guerreau-Jalabert – emeritus researches director in CNRS
  • Danielle Jacquart – emeritus studies director in the EPHE, historical and philosophical sciences department
  • John Marenbon – honorary professor of medieval philosophy (University of Cambridge)
  • Laurence Moulinier-Brogi – professor of medieval history (University of Lyon 2 Lumières)
  • Jean-Claude Schmitt – emeritus studies director in the EHESS
  • Élisabeth Schulze-Busacker – professor of medieval literature (University of Toulouse)
  • Eliane Vergnolle – professor of medieval art history (University of Besançon)
  • Jean Vezin – emeritus studies director in the EPHE
  • Nicholas Vincent – professor of medieval history (University of Norwich)
  • Michel Zink – professor in the Collège de France, member of the Institute (Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres)

Patronage committee

  • Rector of the Academy of Poiters, Chancellor of the Universities; Presidente of the University of Poitiers; Director of the École Nationale des Chartes; Direcor of the Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes (IRHT)

Publication director

  • Yves Jean, President of the University of Poitiers

 

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