Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies

(The median citation count of Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
An archaeology of “small worlds”: social inequality in early medieval Iberian rural communities5
The Taula de Canvi of Barcelona: success and troubles of a public bank in the fifteenth century4
La deuda pública en la Corona de Castilla en época Trastámara (ca. 1369–1504)3
Glassmaking in medieval technical literature in the Iberian Peninsula3
Territories and kingdom in the central Duero basin: the case of Dueñas (tenth–twelfth centuries)3
The Portuguese eremitical Congregation of the Serra de Ossa: spatial analysis of the monastic settlements2
Rethinking the minimi of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands in late antiquity2
Interdisciplinary exploration of medieval technical manuscripts from the Iberian Peninsula2
Of seals and siblings: Teresa/Matilda (d. 1218), queen of Portugal and countess of Flanders2
Whose digital Middle Ages? Accessibility in digital medieval manuscript culture2
Francesc Eiximenis and the Catalan idea of corruption in the late medieval Crown of Aragon2
Antes del notariado alfonsí: los escribanos de Ribadavia en la primera mitad del siglo XIII2
Narrating codex history: the case study of a psalter-hymnal from Alcobaça Monastery, Portugal2
Text, practice, and experience: an experimental approach to the archaeology of glassmaking in medieval Iberia2
Contracts of talla, from captivity to precarious labour in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries1
Viking mercenary activity in Galicia1
Filling the gap: new approaches to medieval bookbinding studies1
La exportación del vino y las pasas de Jerez de la Frontera a finales de la Edad Media1
Crowning the queen: staging legitimacy and the coronation ritual in fourteenth-century Castile1
A manuscript present: translatio, media, and mediation in early medieval hispanolatin book culture1
Discourses of antiquity in early medieval Iberia1
Jews and the child murder libel in the medieval Iberian Peninsula: European trends and Iberian peculiarities1
Valerius of Bierzo as an interpreter of the seventh-century ecclesiastical environment of northwestern Iberia1
Singing to the tomb of Leocadia: a unique procession in the Old Hispanic rite0
Memoria, panegírico y epigrafía: la condesa Teresa Peláez de Carrión (ob. 1093)0
La evolución del feudalismo en el reino de Galicia entre los siglos IX y XII: poder, sociedad y dependencia0
The emergence of the Galician language in administrative writing during the reign of Alfonso X (r. 1252–1284)0
Unos poemas de Shelomoh de Piera y de Yosef ben rabí Ashtruk ha-Levi en torno al vino, el agua, y la conversión0
The cautious beginnings of Sephardi self-identification: a view from the Cairo Geniza (tenth-thirteenth centuries)0
The crystal codex: Iacobus, Galicia, and the dream of the archive0
Digital visionary women: introducing the “Catalogue of Living Saints”0
Circulación y uso del grabado a fines de la Edad Media en los Reinos Hispanos0
El orden social y el poder de la inestabilidad en laHistoria Roderici0
A tale of two Tolranas: Jewish women’s agency and conversion in late medieval Girona0
Castilian monarchy and dynastic memory: the financing of the Royal Chapel of Granada (1504–1526)0
Abraham b. Isaac ha-Levi of Girona: poet and patron of the so-called Barcelona Haggadah, 1370–13930
The “heaviest rains that man had ever seen or heard of:” interpreting a weather event in late medieval Portugal0
Housing developers in the context of construction fever in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Catalonia0
Narrating religious processions in Visigothic Iberia: a sociology of saintly power0
“Neither age nor sex sparing”: the Alvor massacre 1189, an anomaly in the PortugueseReconquista?0
Pilgrims from the land of sagas: Jacobean devotion in medieval Iceland0
Staging a woman’s lineage: memory and legitimation of Duchess Aldonza de Mendoza (d. 1435)0
Prácticas devocionales y espacios litúrgicos de Sibila de Fortià, reina de la Corona de Aragón (r. 1377–1387)0
Crafting the image of Pelayo: identity and state-building in early medieval Asturian chronicles0
Chant editing and analysis program: a tool for analyzing liturgical chant0
“If you want to pray to Mercury, wear the garments of a scribe:” kuttāb, udabāʾ, and readers of the Ghāyat al-Ḥakīm in the court of ʿAbd al-Raḥmān III0
Plange, Castella misera”: meaning and mourning at the royal abbey of Las Huelgas de Burgos in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries0
Aristocratic neo-Gothicism in fourteenth-century Iberia: the case of Count Pedro of Barcelos0
Descriptive poetics and the Arte de trovar in the Cancioneiro da Biblioteca Nacional0
“La Carne es la Tierra”: microcosmic Adam, cartographic Christ in the Libro de Alexandre0
Medieval Galicia beyond the Camiño0
Al-Andalus fictionalized for television in the Arab world: (re-)viewing the historical musalsal Mulūk al-Ṭawāʾif0
The magistracy of Berenguer de Cardona, Aragonese provincial master of the Temple, 1291–13070
Intermediality in medieval Iberian manuscript cultures: methodological reflections on ongoing and future research0
A critical review of the signs on Visigothic slates: challenging the Roman numerals premise0
Crossroads and quaternions: possibilities of digital platforms for the study of miscellaneous and composite codices0
Morfometría y armamento medieval: las puntas de proyectil de Las Navas de Tolosa (1212)0
Continuity and change in medieval Iberian processional practices0
El clero peninsular a través de la cronística (1337–1453): tipologías e intencionalidades0
Ruling patterns in three dimensions: materiality and the art of the digitized Iberian bible0
Digital matters: early Iberian manuscripts from the Lisbon vantage point0
Quintana place-names as evidence of the Islamic conquest of Iberia0
“A ship loaded with honey:” assessing the honey trade in the Crown of Aragon, fifteenth to sixteenth centuries0
Old Hispanic pre-baptism initiation rites, chants and processions0
From the minbar to the tabernacle: the transcultural journey of the Andalusian eucharistic doors0
Miro, King of the Suevi (d. 583), and ecclesiastical identities in northwestern Hispania (eleventh-twelfth centuries)0
From fragments to codices: the reconstruction of copies of Carolingian homiliaries and the Homiliary of Luculentius, a case study of twenty-first-century fragmentology in Septimania and Catalon0
Border crossings through translation in the Ḥadīẕ de Yūçuf0
Looking back, moving forward: a word from the incoming Editor-in-Chief0
Against lords and Parientes Mayores. Social conflict and resistance in the late medieval Basque Country0
El cardenal Pedro Gómez Barroso el Viejo, Clemente VI y las súplicas beneficiales en Castilla0
Causes and socio-economic implications of the Castilian wildfire of 9490
Wealth in stone: building activity of the viscounts of Béarn on the pilgrimage roads of the Atlantic Pyrenees (ca. 1063 – ca. 1130)0
Unveiling female observance: reform, regulation and the rise of Dominican nunneries in late medieval Portugal0
Templar dispatches from the battlefield: a new source for the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa0
Of digital surrogates and immaterial objects: the (digital) future of the Iberian manuscript in textual editing0
Pork consumption, gastro-politics and social Islamisation in early al-Andalus (eighth to tenth centuries)0
Riots, reluctance, and reformers: the church in the Kingdom of Castile and the IV Lateran Council0
Processional liturgy in the urban space of seventh-century Tarragona0
The late medieval/early modern necropolis of Adro Vello (O Grove, Pontevedra, Spain) from sondage 1.2017: an osteoarchaeological approach to funerary practices and childhood0
Narrating and accounting the costs of reform in a “Chronicle of the Reform of San Salvador de Oña (1450–1465)”0
To be buried in Seville: the ambiguous integration of Italian merchants, 1480–15700
Squire to the Moor King: Christian administrators for Muslim magnates in late medieval Murcia0
The “destroyer of the realm:” Castilian chronicles and the de-legitimation of Juan Pacheco (d. 1474)0