Researchers eligible for nomination 2016
As it can be difficult to remember who published research in 2015 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 2015 and instead focuses on work throughout the nominee’s life. That work of course doesn’t have to be in English.
The “womanly art of self-defense” and the “God-Man Mystery”
What is Irish stick fighting?
When the cane is mightier than the sword
The sticks of Joinville : What is French Baton?
Treatise on the counter-point, by Alexandre Valville, 1817
Action Movies: Early films of European Martial Arts
Everbergs II M
Encased in Steel Anthology I
What is a “Claymore”?
Meaningful Words: Comparing Translations of Historical Fencing Treatises
Gevaert Dr Bert
The use of the saber in the army of Napoleon: Part I
The use of the saber in the army of Napoleon: Part II
The use of the saber in the army of Napoleon: Part III
The use of the saber in the army of Napoleon: Part IV – Wounds caused by the saber
Hagedorn Dierk and Walczak Bartlomiej
Gladiatoria, ISBN 978-3932077425
The Expert Sword-Man’s Companion, 1728. ISBN 978-0-9926735-5-0. (As editor/transcriber)
The Polish Sabre, ISBN 978-0984771653.
Colonel Thomas H. Monstery and the Use of the Quarterstaff
A “New System of Defence with the Bowie Knife” and the Strange Case of Mons. Bobij
Life of the Amazing Major J. A. McGuire, “Positively the World’s Greatest Swordsman”
The Cane Self-Defense of Maitre d’Armes Justin Bonnafous
Colonel Thomas Monstery, and the Training of Jaguarina, America’s Champion Swordswoman
A Visit with Colonel Thomas Monstery, and a Conversation About the Art of Defense
Colonel Thomas Monstery’s “Self-Defense for Gentlemen and Ladies”
Noort Reinier van
Swordplay: an anonymous illustrated Dutch treatise for fencing with rapier, sword and polearms from 1595, ISBN 978-1-937439-26-2.
Of the Single Rapier, ISBN 978-0-9926735-8-1.
Pascha’s Staff with Two Ends.
Notes on Thrust-fencing and on Cut-fencing (with Jan Schäfer).
The Artful Fencer.
A transcription of Joachim Köppe’s “Newer Discurs der Rittermeßigen und Weitberümbten Künst des Fechtens”.