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A response to: Oţa, Silviu. Review of Mária Vargha, “Hoards, Grave Goods, Jewellery: Objects in Hoards and in Burial Contexts during the Mongol Invasion of Central-Eastern Europe.”

A response to: Oţa, Silviu. Review of Mária Vargha, Hoards, Grave Goods, Jewellery: Objects in Hoards and in Burial Contexts during the Mongol Invasion of Central-Eastern Europe. Speculum 92/4 [2017]: 1263–65; doi: 10.1086/693915. Author’s Response (Mária Vargha, University of Vienna) … Continue reading

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CARA News – Institute for Medieval Studies, University of New Mexico

The Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS) hosts its 33rd annual Spring Lecture Series, “Sacred Objects and Places of the Middle Ages,” from April 23-26, 2018. This week-long series of six lectures and a concert of early music attracts several hundred … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Government and Governance from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance: Representation and Reality

Government and Governance from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance: Representation and Reality 45th Annual New England Medieval Conference University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH Saturday, November 17th, 2018 Keynote Speakers: Amy Appleford, of Boston University, “Governing Bodies in Late Medieval … Continue reading

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Call for Proposals: MAA and the Digital Latin Library

The Medieval Academy of America is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Digital Latin Library (DLL). This partnership demonstrates the Academy’s support of DLL’s open-access publishing model – in which text, apparatus, and image are made interoperable – and is in … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – International Conference “The Medieval Literary Canon in the Digital Age”

Call for Papers International Conference “The Medieval Literary Canon in the Digital Age” Ghent University, 17–18 September 2018 We invite submission of abstracts for the international conference “The Medieval Literary Canon in the Digital Age,” to be held at Ghent … Continue reading

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Workshop & Study Day at the Armenian Museum of America, April 13, 2018

The Arthur H. Dadian and Ara Oztemel Chair of Armenian Art at Tufts University and the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture at Hellenic College Holy Cross in Brookline, MA, are pleased to announce our next East of … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities: An Afternoon Symposium

Digital Humanities: An Afternoon Symposium Date: Friday, April 6, 2:45-5:30pm Location: Harvard Hall 102, 1465 Massachusetts Avenue More Info: http://darthcrimson.org/dh-afternoon-symposium/ This event is free and open to the public. The following invited speakers will share current research projects; presentations will … Continue reading

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MAA News – MAA @ Kalamazoo

As always, the Medieval Academy of America will have a strong presence at the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies  (May 10-13). 1) The Friday morning plenary, sponsored by the Academy, will be delivered by Sara Ritchey (Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville), … Continue reading

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MAA News – Latest Issue of Speculum is Now Available Online

The latest issue of Speculum is now available on the University of Chicago Press Journals website. To access your members-only journal subscription, log in to the MAA website using your username and password associated with your membership (contact us at info@themedievalacademy.org  … Continue reading

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MAA News – Mirador for Medievalists: IIIF, Shared Canvas, and Digital Images

We are now accepting applications for this 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 Libraries) and Lisa Fagin Davis … Continue reading

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