The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association (JAEMA) is a double-blind peer reviewed journal published annually (ISSN 1449-9320) distributed to members and institutional subscribers. JAEMA publishes articles, reviews and short notes relating to all aspects of the early medieval period from late antiquity and the end of the Roman empire to about the end of the eleventh century. JAEMA seeks engaging, original work, that contributes to a collective understanding of the early medieval period. It welcomes papers on any theme, such as history, art history, archaeology, literature, linguistics, music and theology, and from any interpretive angle – memory, gender, historiography, medievalism, consilience and beyond. The whole of the JAEMA's content (from 2005 onwards) is available to members through the digital content publisher Informit. Non members may purchase individual papers online from Informit. Printed copies of the Journal can be ordered directly from the Association. Please place your orders here. The detailed list of contents is also progressively uploaded to Academia.edu. Institutional subscribers should contact AEMA directly.