A blog about the literature and history of medieval England. As a scholar of Medieval English literature, Dr. Eleanor Parker posts about a variety of topics: Churches, folklore, Vikings, poetry and there is a variety of posts on (local) saints. She is also active on Twitter, where she posts about… Continue Reading A Clerk of Oxford
The blog of the team “Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft” (Digital Historical Science) is not strictly concerned with Hagiography and Saints. However, it is THE contact point for all (German-speaking) who are interested in the digital field of history, particularly the digitisation of manuscripts and editions. It is the objective of this platform to… Continue Reading Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft
This is THE web-based community for medievalists working with digital media. Although they are not strictly concerned with sanctity, saints and hagiography, you will find a lot of useful information on these topics and updates on the ever ongoing stream of digitised manuscripts! They have a News-section, a list of… Continue Reading Digital Medievalist
A Blog on all things medieval by medievalist Steffen Hope (Centre for Medieval Literature, Odense University). On this excellent, lively and regularly updated Blog Steffen writes about his research on saints, on saints and hagiography in general as well as manuscript highlights, art history, historical artefacts and much more. If… Continue Reading My Albion. A Medievalists blog on Saints, Hagiography and more
A blog focused on early Christianity and the ancient world. Roger Pearse is the editor of English translations of the Early Church Fathers and he blogs English translations, about his translating and he links to many useful resources on the scholarship on early Christianity and online editions. Pearse also provides a… Continue Reading Roger Pearse Webblog
A Blog on the Studies of Christian hagiography: It is mainly a collection of conference programmes and calls for papers up to 2016, when it was last updated. The entries are grouped according to topics (column on the right below call for participation, labels and blog archive). Useful, if you want… Continue Reading Studies on Christian Hagiography
The Blog HagHis has, unfortunately, not been updated a lot during the last years. Their list of online publications is, nonetheless, helpful as it includes theses on hagiography, articles, and reviews (however, many of the links are broken).
A very useful collection of digital resources in German and English: academic blogs of medieval studies, monthly review overviews, calendar, conference proceedings and much more.