BUCEMA – Bulletin du Centre d’études médievales d’Auxerre – is focused on interdisciplinarity with a focus on archaeology, historical anthropology and art history
BUCEMA is a lively French journal, which publishes articles on new research, interviews, presentations on dissertations and book reviews. Occasionally BUCEMA publishes special issues. The most recent focused on the lay habitations, workshops and hospitals, which surrounded monasteries. (Hors-série n°8 | 2015 Au seuil du cloître : la présence des laïcs (hôtelleries, bâtiments d’accueil, activités artisanales et de services) entre le Ve et le XIIe siècle.) It is dedicated to interdisciplinarity with a focus on archaeology, historical anthropology and art history. It especially seeks to promote initiatives which touch upon the use of digital informational technologies and their use inside medieval history research.
BUCEMA has posted a call for papers for vol 19 No 2. Deadline for submission of papers is 31. August 2015.
BUCEMA is published as open-access at revues.org/openEdition