Medieval Animal Data-Network

Multidisciplinary research on medieval animals

M(edieval) A(nimal) D(ata-networks) (MAD) est conçu comme un moyen de rassembler des chercheurs intéressés dans l’approche plurielle des relations interdépendantes homme-animal, dans la culture matérielle et l’imaginaire de l’Europe médiévale. Le but de ce carnet est de favoriser les échanges et les débats entre chercheurs et étudiants intéressés par les différents aspects de la relation homme-animal au Moyen Âge et au début de l’époque moderne. Le carnet propose des contenus multidisciplinaires, comprenant textes, images, culture matérielle et données bio-archéologiques.

M(edieval) A(nimal) D(ata-networks) (MAD) is conceived as a way to bring together scholars interested in addressing the manifold ways humans have related to and depended on animals for physical and spiritual existence in Medieval Europe. The aim of the blog is to stimulate academic conversations and debates between scholars and students concerned with all aspects of the animal-human relationship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age. The blog covers multi-disciplinary information ranging from texts to image to material culture and bio archaeology.

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Editor(s)

Alice Mathea Choyke

Date created

2013

Online since

05 December 2013

Language of publication

English

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choyke@ceu.hu

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Medieval Animal Data-Network
Medieval Studies Dpt.
Central European university
Nador u. 9
1051 Budapest
Hungary

Place of publication

Budapest