Category Archives: Announcements

A Virtual Symposium: The Documentary Archaeology of Late Medieval Europe (DALME)

A Virtual Symposium to launch the website of The Documentary Archaeology of Late Medieval Europe (DALME) Friday, February 19, 2021 11-12:30 EST│16-17:30 GMT│17-18:30 CET Join us as we introduce the DALME project and its newly-launched website, featuring hundreds of medieval-era … Continue reading

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Dumbarton Oaks Awards Announcement

Virtual Bliss Symposium Awards Applications for the Virtual Bliss Symposium Awards for Byzantine Studies is due February 15, 2021. Successful applicants will receive advance registration and online attendance of the symposium program to which they apply. In addition, awardees will … Continue reading

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MAA Public Statement on the Assault on the U.S. Capitol

MAA PUBLIC STATEMENT on the ASSAULT ON THE U.S. CAPITOL The violent assault on the U. S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, which led to the tragic loss of five lives, represents yet another moment in American history that confronts … Continue reading

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East of Byzantium Lectures: January 29 & February 2

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 upcoming East of Byzantium … Continue reading

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Middle Ages for Educators Relaunch

Innovative Teaching Resources for Online Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic educators have come together around the world to create and share new online content that radically rethinks best practices. Middle Ages for Educators has been a pioneer in these transformational … Continue reading

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Funded Educational Opportunity for Medievalists

Western Michigan University is pleased to announce the NEH summer institute for higher education faculty “Law and Culture in Medieval England,” hosted virtually from June 21 to July 16, 2021. Have you ever wondered about how the Common Law or … Continue reading

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Open letter from the Medieval Academy of America in response to Humanities cuts at the University of Vermont

President Suresh Garimella <Suresh.Garimella@uvm.edu> <president@uvm.edu> Dean William Falls <William.Falls@UVM.EDU> Provost Patricia Prelock  <Patricia.Prelock@uvm.edu> Dear President Garimella, Dean Falls, and Dr. Prelock, We are writing on behalf of the 3500 members of the Medieval Academy of America, the largest organization in … Continue reading

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Virtual Roundtable – “How Do We Get There?: Accelerating Diversity in Slow to Change Humanities Fields.”

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) will present “How Do We Get There?: Accelerating Diversity in Slow to Change Humanities Fields,” on Thursday, December 17, 2020, at 4-5:30 PM EST. This virtual roundtable discussion will exploring the history, underlying … Continue reading

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Virtual MAA / AHA Session

Event Title: Why did Medieval Europe Expel its Jews? Schedule: Friday, January 8, 10:00-11:30am (Pacific time) Event Link: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/97684386779?pwd=TFA1MzdMUEdSY3AwYnR5SEptb2x6QT09 Host: Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Stanford University, in conjunction with Virtual AHA Co-Sponsor: Medieval Academy of America; Central European History … Continue reading

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ASCSA Program for Study in Greece

ASCSA PROGRAM FOR STUDY IN GREECE The American School of Classical Studies at Athens offers incomparable opportunities and programs for graduate students enrolled in US and Canadian institutions to research, travel, and excavate in Greece. Facilities include three major libraries, a scientific … Continue reading

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