Stressed medievalists now don’t have to come to the library to research late medieval and early Renaissance Burgundy history.
I am delighted to announce that our readers have electronic access to the Publications du Centre Européen d’Etudes Bourguignonnes [ISSN 1016-4286] covering v. 2 (1960) – current. It will be added to SOLO shortly, but you can already access it via OU eJournals.
PCEEB is most relevant to those studying the late medieval and early Renaissance period in France and of course especially Burgundy, its history and relations to other medieval power houses:
“For nearly fifty years, the Centre européen d’études bourguignonnnes (fourteenth and fifteenth centuries) – known until 1984 as the Centre européen d’études burgondo-médianes – has published annually the acts of the scholarly meetings it organizes in cities within the territory covered by its activities. Its objectives, as stated explicitly in its statutes, are the promotion, the encouragement, and the coordination of historical studies relating to the period of the Dukes of Burgundy of the house of Valois and of the first Hapsburgs, between the North Sea, the Rhine-Danube river system, and the Mediterranean. The themes of these meetings relate to different aspects of the past of these lands, with particular emphasis on the political, economic, cultural and spiritual links that existed between them. Because of their international and multilingual nature (French, German, English and Italian), the volumes of the collection hold a position of choice in the bibliography of studies devoted to this historical period which marks the transition between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in the Western world.” http://www.brepols.net/Pages/BrowseBySeries.aspx?TreeSeries=PCEEB, accessed 16 June 2016
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