Researchers eligible for nomination 2015

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As it can be difficult to remember who published research in 2014 we will here list some examples of researchers and authors we know are eligible for nomination. For sure, there are many more and we strongly encourage you to help us add more to the list and nominate others you know of, especially printed books.

The Lifetime Achievement Award of course does not require publishing in 2014 and instead focuses on work throughout the nominee’s life. That work of course doesn’t have to be in English.

Alderson Keith

Arts and Crafts of War: die Kunst des Schwertes in its Manuscript Context

Blair Charles

The Neapolitan School of Fencing: Its Origins and Early Characteristics

Butera Matteo, Lanza Francesco (with Reinier van Noort)

Bondi di Mazo

Cartier Mike

Art of Control (Fechtschule Manifesto) Part 1
The Art of Control – Fechtschule Manifesto 2

Chandler Jean

The secret, dangerous military life of medieval superstars
Resources on Medieval Literacy, Part I
Resources on Medieval Literacy, Part II
The Guild and the swordsman

Charrette Robert

Patterns of Remedy in il Fior di Battaglia

Chouinard Maxime

The first HEMA tournament
Is HEMA a sport?
What Isn’t HEMA?
Divers foul tricks and stratagems: Mexican and Bowie knife fighting
“How I trash the mashers”
Therefore, Glima

Conti Andrea

Historical overview of the Vadi family

Cramer Michael A.

Pure Air and Fire: Re-creating Medieval Horsemanship, or How to Ride like a Knight

Crawley Philip T.

The Art of Fencing Reduced to True Principles
The art of cane fencing
The Game of the Sword
The Art of Fencing Reduced to True Principles

Dupuis Olivier

Organization and Regulation of Fencing in the Realm of France in the Renaissance

Eads Valerie & Garber Rebecca L.R.

Amazon, Allegory, Swordswoman, Saint? The Walpurgis Images in Royal Armouries MS I.33

Finley Jessica

Medieval Wrestling: Modern Practice of a Fifteenth Century Art
Ott translation and interpretation

Gassman Jack

Thoughts on the Role of Cavalry in Medieval Warfare

Gassmann Jürg

Selling the Fencing “Master” – On Georg Hager’s Vers, or: Earning Honours and Social Advancement in the Early Modern Age
Fechtordnung of the City of Solothurn
The Bolognese Societates Armatae of the late 13th Century

Georgas George

Rare illustrations of Byzantine warriors in the Renaissance book Erotokritos
Sword staff: The sword of the poor!
The use of sword behind the shield wall and phalanx

Geißler Robert

Concerning the Sharpness of Blades
Concerning the Rules of Tournaments
Concerning the Dynamics of Swords

Gevaert Bert

The use of the sword in the Great War: Faded glory or deadly efficiency?
Towards a new approach in HEMA-tournaments: Let’s fence naked!
Heinrich von Gunterrodt Treatise

Haaland Per Magnus

Paulus Hector Mair grappling transcription/translation, pike translation, other transcription

Hayes Sean

Memory and Performance: Visual and Rhetorical Strategies of Medieval Martial Arts Texts

Hester James

The Terminology of Medieval English Fight Texts: A Brief Overview

Horvatic Sven

Is it possible to be a full-time HEMA coach? Part 1

Jaquet Daniel

Difference and similarities between “German” and “Italian” traditions – Roundtable review

Jaquet Daniel & Walczak Bartlomiej

Liegnitzer, Hundsfeld or Lew? The question of authorship of popular Medieval fighting teachings

Linnard Anders

Choreographing HEMA for film

Mains Eric

Paulus Hector Mair mixed weapons translation

Majár János & Várhelyi Zoltán

Thibault and Science I: Measure , Distances and Proportions in the Circle

Martens Krist & Gevaert Bert

Towards a new approach in HEMA-tournaments: Let’s fence naked!

Maurer Kevin

The Fours of Meyer’s Dussack
Insights into the Fechtschulen Rules and Ordinances of the 16th and 17th centuries

Miklaszewski Jerzy

Polish Hussar Saber

Mondschein Ken

The Medieval Experience of Time: Aristotle, Universals, and Technologies

Norling Roger

The Onion – Basics of European Longsword: Part 7
The Onion – Basics of European Longsword: Part 8
The Onion – Basics of European Longsword: Part 9
The Onion – Basics of European Longsword: Part 10

Meyer Dusack – the Dusack in Motion Booklet
Meyer Quarterstaff – Catch him in his own techniques Booklet

HEMA Pedagogics Part 1: The Pedagogics Pioneers & The Role of a HEMA teacher
HEMA Pedagogics Part 2: The implications

Free Fencing exercises
The KA-BAR and the Fairbairn-Sykes: two fighting children of different philosophies
Brief description on training weapons in history
Meyer Pilgrimage Part 1 – Straßburg
Skalastet – Sami quarterstaff & spear fighting tradition in Northern Sweden
An open-hearted letter about why I rarely fight in tournaments

Preto Luis

Jogo do Pau as a window to historical fencing’s past: Understanding the effect of combat context on technique

Rádi Ferenc

Analysis of a Feder

Roberts James

Teaching progressions in Meyer’s longsword 1: the attacking skill tree
System vs Syllabus: Meyer’s 1560 and 1570 sidesword texts

Runacres Rob

des Bordes translation

Runacres Rob & Ghesquiere Thibault

The Sword of Combat or The Use of Fighting With Weapons

Salmi Tuuli

Gaited horses in Fiore’s manuals?

Schmidt Herbert

Vibration of the blade and how to use it

Schäfer Jan (written with van Noort Reinier)

Follow some Lessons with Dagger and Rapier
Das Fechtbuch eines Studenten (with Reinier)
Übungen auf dem Fechtboden transcription
Johann Heinrich Eich transcription
Verzeichnis etlicher Stücke des Fechtens im Rapier transcription
Giganti transcription

Siemsen Kirk

Goliath dagger translation

Slee Chris

Sainct Dider translation

Swinney Richard & Crawford Scott

Medieval Hunting as Training for War: Insights for the Modern Swordsman

Terminiello Piermarco

Florentines Doing “Florentine”: Combat with Two Swords According to Altoni and Docciolini

Thompson Christopher Scott

Broadsword Academy

Thurston Steve

Ledall transcription/translation

Trosclair Christian

Nicolaus translation
15th century poem translation
Wallerstein longsword translation

Zacharopoulos George

On Tournament rules

Winslow Betsy

Jägerstock transcription/translation