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 late antique, medieval, Renaissance, early modern, or early global 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.

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Volume 54 (2023)

Editor: Ginevra Moscati (English, UCLA)
Editorial Board: Eden Franz (Archaeology, UCLA), Arpit Gaind (World Arts & Cultures/Dance, UCLA), Misho Ishikawa (English, UCLA), Alba Menéndez Pereda (Archaeology, UCLA), Jodie Miller (European Languages & Transcultural Studies, French, UCLA), Patrick Morgan (History, UCLA), Megan Tomlinson (European Languages & Transcultural Studies, Italian, UCLA)
Managing Editor: Allison McCann (CMRS-CEGS, UCLA)

Table of Contents:

  • Symbolizing Reverence and Imperial Identity: The Elephant on the epi ton barbaron Seal
    Quentin Clark
  • Brokers of Salvation: Merchants and Missionaries in the Europeanization of the North, 800–1300
    Wesley Gaines
  • The t4t Gift Economy and Its Romance within the Middle English Lai Sir Launfal
    Alice Fulmer
  • Louise of Savoy’s Epistles of the Heroines as a Fashion Statement
    Juliet Huang
  • Reason in Madness: Ariosto’s Ambiguous Irony between Truth and Morality
    Elena Casanova
  • A Lanthorn in the Crypt: White Erotics in Romeo and Juliet
    Sarah Bischoff
  • Investigating Identities in Late Antiquity: A Case Study of the Roman Weapons Burial Deposit from the Sintrivani Basilica in Thessaloniki
    Errikos Maniotis
  • The Lost Kingdom of St. Vladimir: Crusading Mentality, Medieval Memory, and the Russia-Ukraine War
    Hilary Rhodes
  • Reviews

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