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Studies in Honour of James Graham-Campbell now available

12 February 2013

Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World. Studies in Honour of James Graham-Campbell

Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World, edited by Andrew Reynolds and Leslie Webster, to celebrate the life and work of James Graham-Campbell has recently been published by Brill.

The two-volume festschriften brings together 46 leading experts on the European Early Middle Ages and represents a major contribution to the field of medieval studies. Papers include new perspectives and original studies from art and archaeology to history and literature of European societies between the 5th and 13th centuries.

The geographical coverage of this work reflects James' interests and expertise which ranges from Ireland to Eastern Europe and from Scandinavia to Spain, and includes "an intimate familiarity with the material culture of the Northern World".

The festschriften is an appreciation of James' immensely active and influential career and will be essential reading to anyone concerned with the European Early Middle Ages.

The volume will be launched at a special event at the Institute of Archaeology on 7 May.