Editor: William North
Within six years of the Society’s founding, the level of scholarship at the annual conference fairly begged for publication, and the Haskins Society Journal was thus inaugurated. Because the journal automatically publishes the presentations of the conference’s plenary speakers as well as the winner of the Bethell Prize, plus a great many of the papers given annually, the journal has notably showcased the research of established authorities alongside that of up-and-coming scholars. The extent of the scholarship can be seen in the 18-volume Table of Contents recently compiled by the editor.
Publication in the Haskins Society Journal is not limited to papers read at the Society’s own conferences nor at the sessions which it sponsors elsewhere. Papers are welcome from any venue on the history of England and its neighbors during the Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Anglo-Norman, and Angevin periods. Interested authors should look here for the Journal's Style Sheet and Submission Guidelines. Intending authors may also write for guidance on submitting typescripts and disks to:
There was an unfortunate “hiccup” in the journal’s publication in the latter 1990s, but the delayed appearance of several volumes has been almost wholly rectified by now, thanks in no small measure to the efforts of prior editor Stephen Morillo. The final gap in the overdue volumes is being filled by a Hollister festschrift edition, which will include a great many articles given by Warren's students.