While the project does not have its own dedicated blog page, the team is active on both social media and the blogs of other projects in medieval studies.
- ‘Learning French in Medieval England’: Introducing an Exciting New Project! A blog post for the University of Exeter’s Centre for Medieval Studies that provides an overview of the project to medievalists working in cognate disciplines, written by Edward Mills.
- ‘Learning French in Medieval England’: The First Three Months. Edward’s first ‘update’ post for the Centre for Medieval Studies, as we take our first steps in transcription and encoding.
- ‘Learning French in Medieval England’: The Encoding Begins! A brief October update from the project team on the Centre for Medieval Studies blog.
- Medieval Books and Harry Potter at the 2020 ‘Being Human’ Festival. A recap of the project’s involvement in the 2020 Being Human festival, which saw us sharing our work with an audience from across the world.
- LFIME on TVoF. A guest post by Tom Hinton on the blog for the ERC-funded research project, The Values of French in the European Middle Ages (TVoF).
- ‘Mark My Words’: Using XML in Modern Languages Research. A technical introduction to XML and its use in the Learning French in Medieval England project, produced for the Modern Languages and Cultures blog at the University of Exeter.
Audio and Video
The team has also presented at a variety of conferences and public events, as well as speaking to the media about the project. Events that we’ve been involved in include:
- Agile Rabbit. Tom Hinton presented on the Tretiz and French in medieval Britain as part of a series of public engagement talks. The event was live-streamed, and is now available to watch on Facebook Video, as well as on YouTube.
- BBC Radio Devon. From BBC Sounds: Tom Hinton’s appearance on BBC Radio Devon in May 2020, where he discusses the Tretiz and medieval multilingualism more broadly. (The discussion with Tom begins at 2:34:30.)
- ‘Medieval Books in the 21st Century: Being Human 2020′. A full recording of the team’s workshop at the 2020 Being Human festival, where we introduced the project and shared some insights into working with digital editions.
- 2020 Schoenberg Symposium ‘Lightning Talk’. A general introduction to the project for medievalists, produced for the virtual Schoenberg Symposium.