The Haskins Society


The Haskins Society, named in memory of the polymathic medievalist Charles Homer Haskins (1870-1937), is dedicated to scholarly study of the history of continental Europe and the Mediterranean during the early and central Middle Ages, with a special interest in Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and Angevin England and their continental legacies. The Society seeks actively to foster interdisciplinary approaches to the history of this period; archaeology, art history, literary studies, paleography, and legal studies have been among the fields most recently represented in our conferences and journal. The Society is particularly eager to support young scholars, and to foster their participation we offer full subvention of conference registration fees from the Thomas Keefe Memorial Fund.

Member Benefits
  • All members receive the Haskins Journal, our peer-reviewed annual journal published by Boydell & Brewer, Ltd.
  • Graduate Student and Early Career Members are eligible to submit to the Denis Bethell Prize Competition for Best Essay by an early career scholar, published in the Haskins Journal
  • Significant discounts for registration at our Annual Conference.

  • The Society organizes sessions at AHA, Kalamazoo, and Leeds, and members will be given particular consideration for these presentation opportunities.

  • Notices of upcoming events, calls for papers, publications, and conferences of interest to members.

We encourage you to join online, but if you would prefer you can print out the membership form here and send it in by mail.

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