Comitatus

A JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES

Comitatus, published annually by the UCLA CMRS Center for Early Global Studies, publishes articles by graduate students and recent PhDs working in any field of medieval or Renaissance studies.

Comitatus is available through the Project MUSE online catalogue, beginning with Volume 33 (2002).

Volumes 1–32 are available through the California Digital Library.


Please direct your questions about submissions or subscriptions to Dr. Allison McCann, Publications Manager:

allisonmccann@humnet.ucla.edu

Click here for manuscript submission guidelines.


Volume 52 (2021)

Editor: Rachel Daphne Weiss (Art History, UCLA)
Editorial Board: Sarah Bischoff (English, UCLA), Patrick Morgan (History, UCLA), Arielle Moscati (English, UCLA), Laura Muñoz (Spanish & Portuguese, UCLA), Carla Neuss (Theater & Performance, UCLA), Miranda Saylor (Art History, UCLA), Rhonda Sharrah (English, UCLA)
Managing Editor: Allison McCann (Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, UCLA) 

Table of Contents:

  • Nōn and Tīd: Computus Calculations and Ancestral Time in Beowulf
    JOANA BLANQUER
  • Thinking with Space: Locating Distributed Cognition in the Eleventh-Century Monastery of Cluny
    CURTIS RAGER
  • Epic Heroes and Excessive Emotions: Démesure in The Song of Roland and Raoul of Cambrai
    IVY MCKAY
  • Clarissen Charity, Care, and Consorority in Italy, 1250–1500
    KIMBERLY WEBB
  • Tongueless Whispering: Wirral’s Role in Decentering the Human in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
    VANESSA JAEGER
  • Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Italian Lazzaretti and Collective Trauma in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Italian Cities
    BRITTANY FORNIOTIS
  • Holy Motherhood and Heavenly Fetus: Encouraging Maternity in Medieval Art
    ALEXANDRA CARLILE BUTTERFIELD
  • “Il piacer ch’avea di gire / cercando il mondo”: Travel and Geography in Orlando Furioso
    ALESSANDRO MARIGNANI
  • Reviews

Click here to purchase a printed volume

Subscriptions to Comitatus are $30 annually, plus $7.00 for domestic surface mail postage and/or $22.00 for international shipping.