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MAA News – MAA Summer DH Workshop at the Beinecke Library

Interoperability and Medieval Manuscripts: A Digital Humanities Workshop The Medieval Academy of America is now accepting applications for “Interoperability and Medieval Manuscripts,” a three-day digital humanities workshop co-sponsored by The Medieval Academy and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library … Continue reading

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MAA News – 2020 Annual Meeting Call for Papers

The 95th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America will take place on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley on 26-28 March 2020. The meeting is jointly hosted by the Medieval Academy of America, the Program in … Continue reading

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MAA News – MAA@Leeds

If you’re going to be at the Leeds International Medieval Congress this year, please join us Tuesday evening (2 July) at 7 PM in the Ruper Beckett Theatre for the Medieval Academy of America Annual Lecture: Aden Kumler (University of … Continue reading

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MAA News – Important Changes to MAA Election Procedures and Governance

To the Members of the Medieval Academy of America: I am very pleased to announce the following important changes to the Medieval Academy of America By-Laws, as recommended by the Centennial Committee and recently approved by the Council: Article 23. … Continue reading

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MAA News – MAA/CARA Summer Scholarships

MAA/CARA 2019 Summer Scholarships are being awarded to the following students: Christine Elizabeth Bachman (University of Delaware), London International Palaeography Summer School at the University of London Sarah Elaine Mathiesen (Florida State University), Byzantine Greek at the International Byzantine Greek … Continue reading

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MAA News – Good News From Our Members

We’ve got a lot of good news to share this month! Patrick Geary (Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton Univ.) was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The Marian and Andrew Heiskell Rome Prize has been awarded to … Continue reading

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MAA News – 2019 ICMS

Like many of you, we’ve just returned from another splendid International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo. Speculum Editor Sarah Spence, Associate Editor Laura Ingallinella, and Executive Director Lisa Fagin Davis all enjoyed chatting with current and potential members at our table … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers

Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers Twenty-Third Annual Conference October 3-6, 2019 at The College of the Holy Cross Worcester, Massachusetts Call for Papers Conference Committee for 2019: Lee Oser, The College of the Holy Cross Rebecca Rainof, Princeton … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Religion & the Strange, Boundary Making and Crossing

Boston University Graduate Program in Religion Conference 2019 Call for Papers Sunday, September 15, 2019 “People are strange, when you’re a stranger.” – The Doors Religions sanction and sacralize, they legitimate and legislate, creating rhythms for solidarity and comfort. But … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the President of France

The Medieval Academy of America has been asked to circulate the following open letter addressed to the President of France, urging patience and care as plans take shape for the repair and renovation of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. A rough … Continue reading

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