Monthly Archives: March 2019

Winner of the Belle Da Costa Greene Award

Letter of Commendation to Tarren Andrews, winner of the Inaugural Belle da Costa Greene Award In 2018, the Medieval Academy of America established the Belle da Costa Greene Award to support the work of a medievalist of color. Da Costa … Continue reading

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Visiting Scholar Program: Call for Applications

In order to promote scholarly research, exchange, and conversation about the medieval world, Harvard’s Committee on Medieval Studies welcomes a small number of Visiting Scholars each academic year. Visiting Scholars may work in any field dealing with some aspect of medieval society, … Continue reading

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ACMRS Short-Term Residencies

ACMRS Short-Term Residencies Applications due April 1st Flexible research residency with $7,500 stipend https://acmrs.org/content/short-term-residencies The Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) is pleased to announce two, new short-term residencies. The annual ACMRS Short-Term Residency will enable scholars who … Continue reading

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Medieval Celtic sessions at MLA 2020

PROPOSALS DUE March 15, 2019 Migration and the Diaspora From our vantage point in Seattle in 2020, far adrift from the Celtic ‘homelands’, CLCS Celtic invites papers that consider the concept of migration and the place of the diaspora in … Continue reading

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Interoperability and Medieval Manuscripts: A Digital Humanities Workshop

We are now accepting applications for “Interoperability and Medieval Manuscripts,” a three-day digital humanities workshop co-sponsored by The Medieval Academy of America and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Co-taught by Benjamin Albritton (Computing Info Systems Analyst, Stanford University … Continue reading

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