The National University of Ireland, Galway’s MA & PhD programmes in Medieval Studies, and CAMPS (Centre for Antique, Medieval and Pre-Modern Studies), http://www.nuigalway.ie/camps/, have completed another stimulating academic year. We organised 16 Research Labs led by research students, academic staff and invited speakers; launched new externally-funded ‘Small Grants’ awards to support participants’ research (including another successful IMBAS postgraduate conference); and learned that 2 more of our PhD students received Fellowships from the Irish Research Council.
Places are still available on our multi-disciplinary MA in Medieval Studies course, to begin in Sept 2017 (completion August 2018); see details at http://www.nuigalway.ie/medievalstudies/, or contact Dr Kimberly LoPrete (email@example.com)
The theme for our upcoming international postgraduate medievalists’ conference, IMBAS, to be held Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd December, 2017, is ‘Misconceptions of Late Antiquity and the “Dark-Ages” ‘. Papers are welcome on any subject related to the theme, including:
- The Carolingian Renaissance.
- Medieval Science in the Islamic and Christian Worlds.
- Education and the Seven Liberal Arts.
- Theology and Philosophy.
- Historiography and the revision of older modern scholarship.
- Literature in Latin or Greek or any vernacular language, including Old Irish, Old Norse, Byzantine Greek, Classical Arabic, Hebrew, Old French, Anglo-Saxon and Old High German or any language relevant to the theme.
Interested postgraduates in all disciplines are invited to submit a title and abstract of 250-300 words, for a research paper of 20 minutes, to the IMBAS committee at firstname.lastname@example.org by 17:00 on 31st October 2017 (details at http://www.nuigalway.ie/imbas/)