The Medieval Globe is published biannually, in both print and digital formats.
Special issue: Recreating the Medieval Globe, edited by Joseph Shack and Hannah Weaver
«Introduction,» by Joseph Shack and Hannah Weaver
«Self-Revision and the Arabic Historical Tradition: Identifying Textual Reuse and Reorganization in the Works of al-Balādhurī,» by Ryan J. Lynch
«When Curtains Fall: A Shape-Shifting Silk of the Late Abbasid Period,» by Meredyth Lynn Winter
«Salvaging Meaning: The Art of Recycling in Sino-Mongol Quanzhou, ca. 1276-1408,» by Jennifer Purtle
«Recontextualizing Indigenous Knowledge on the Prussian-Lithuanian Frontier, ca. 1380-1410,» by Patrick Meehan
«Meubles: The Ever Mobile Middle Ages,» by Elizabeth Emery
«Reflection,» by Daniel Lord Smail.