Daily Archives: October 13, 2020

Conference – Jewish Romance in the Middle Ages: Literature, Piety, and Cultural Translation

Event time: Sunday, October 25, 2020 – 11:00am to 2:00pm Admission: Free, but register in advance For registration and schedule, please visit: https://ism.yale.edu/event/conference-jewish-romance-middle-ages-literature-piety-and-cultural-translation Event description: This conference will be free and open to the public via Zoom Webinar. Registration is required. In the … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Princeton Medieval Studies Graduate Conference

Princeton Medieval Studies Graduate Conference  March 6, 2021   “Reclaiming Losses: Recovery, Reconquest, and Restoration in the Middle Ages”  Loss can be accepted or contested. This conference will consider how perceptions of legacy and entitlement stirred ambitions to reassert lost claims … Continue reading

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Rethinking Health and Power during Times of Crisis

Oct 29, 2020 Part 2 of Virtual Panel Series Racism in History and Context | 3pm – 4:30pm ET | Panelists: Manuela Boatcă (University of Freiburg), Teresa Koloma Beck (Bundeswehr University Munich), Monica Muñoz Martinez (UT Austin), and Kathryn Olivarius … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Questioning the Crime of Witchcraft, Definitions, Receptions and Realities (14th-16th Centuries)

In the last decades, the multiplications of works in the field of Witchcraft Studies made it possible to profoundly renew the approaches and the study designs of the repression of witchcraft in the late Middle Ages and in the beginning … Continue reading

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Panel Discussion: Multilingualism, Translation, Directionality in Global Medieval DH

Please join the Vanderbilt University Center for Digital Humanities and the Global Middle Ages Project on October 16 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 CDT / 12:00 – 1:30 p.m EDT  for a panel discussion about global digital projects and their … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Danielle Griego received her PhD in History from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2018. She is currently an Independent Scholar, editing her manuscript and working on an essay in a forthcoming edited volume on medieval childhood. Her work focuses on … Continue reading

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