The Haskins Society Journal is an annual double-blind, peer-reviewed journal focused on the history of the early and central Middle Ages, with a special emphasis on Anglo-Saxon, Norman, Viking, and Anglo-Norman history and the wide range of themes explored by Charles Homer Haskins. We welcome contributions utilizing diverse methods and evidence and regularly publish essays that draw extensively on archeology, art history, Latin and vernacular philology, law, and literature.
Scholars interested in submitting their work for consideration should closely consult the Style Sheet available on this page for guidelines, formatting, and abbreviations.
The Haskins Society Journal is published by Boydell & Brewer, Ltd, Woodbridge, Suffolk, and is indexed by the International Medieval Bibliography and Iter. Volumes of the Haskins Society Journal are progressively being made available through a variety of full text databases including JSTOR Books, DawsonEra, EBSCOhost, Ebrary, EBL, and MyiLibrary. Access to particular volumes depends on the specific Library's agreement with the vendor. Please consult your Library Professional for your level of access.