The Lone Medievalist is a project designed to bring scholars together who are the only medievalist scholars within their campus or larger community. This community will create a way for scholars to connect with peers and help keep skills such as language fluency, translation, and research sharp, as well as answer questions that medievalist scholars may have.
Note: “Lone Medievalist” has a broad definition, which may include but is not limited to: faculty who are the only medievalist in their departments or on their campuses; adjuncts, contingent, or marginalized faculty; non-tenure-track faculty; faculty at branch campuses; graduate students; alt-ac; independent scholars, etc.
How to Participate
You can participate in the Lone Medievalist in any way you like! Here are a few options:
- Want to join in discussion with other Lone Medievalists on Humanities Commons? Have a resource you want to ask about or share? Go here.
- More of a Facebook discussion person? Go to the Facebook Connections group.
- Twitter? We have that too.
- Publication opportunities? Check here.
- Conference opportunities? Check here.
- Want to be a conference liaison or connect with other Lone Medievalists going to conferences? Click here.
- Looking for teaching resources (assignments, activities, syllabi, etc.) or want to contribute yours? Check this out.
- Have an idea to add to the Lone Medievalist community? Share it here.