The journal

The Iberian Association of Military History (IV-XVI centuries) was founded in 2015 by a group of Spanish and Portuguese researchers with the aim of giving an academic response to the growing interest in medieval military history in our countries. The main objective of the AIHM is to promote rigorous scientific knowledge of all aspects of the historical reality related to the world of medieval warfare on the Iberian Peninsula. To achieve this aim, and to disseminate the research conducted on these subjects on the Iberian Peninsula, the AIHM has created the journal e-Strategica, which is edited annually online and publishes scientific, heuristic or historiographic articles on these subjects. The purpose of the journal is to deepen and intensify the knowledge on medieval military history, mainly that of the Iberian Peninsula, although it is also open to the publication of studies on other geopolitical contexts. Its pages host a broad range of themes related to medieval warfare: studies on strategy and tactics, on the organization and composition of armies, on logistics and financing, on armament and military technology, on fortifications, on naval forces, on ideology and war culture, on historiography, sources and iconography, or any other aspect that allows us to increase our knowledge about one subject – the war – that was crucial in the life of the medieval societies and in the creation of the Iberian kingdoms.

 

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Team

Director

Francisco García Fitz (Universidad de Extremadura)

Secretaries

Mario Lafuente (Universidad de Zaragoza)

Miguel Gomes Martins (Instituto de Estudios Medievales, Universidade Nova de Lisboa).

Editorial board

Martín Alvira Cabrer (Universidad Complutense, Madrid)

Carlos de Ayala Martínez (Universidad Autónoma, Madrid)

Mário Jorge Barroca (Universidade de Oporto)

João Gouveia Monteiro (Universidade de Coimbra)

Carla Margarida Rosa (Universidade de Coimbra)

Alexandre Sousa Pinto (Comissão Portuguesa de História Militar)

José Varandas (Universidade de Lisboa)

Kurt Villads Jensen (Stockholm University)

Nicolás Agrait (Long Island University)

Philippe Josserand (Nantes University)