Category Archives: Announcements

In and Beyond the Digital: Career Pathways for Humanists

In and Beyond the Digital: Career Pathways for Humanists A Medieval Academy Webinar Wednesday, May 13, 2020 12-1 PM EDT Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85149755063 In this moment of global crisis, medievalists and all those who work in the humanities face a period … Continue reading

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Boccaccio’s Women / BOCCACCII MULIERES (12th May-04 June 2020)

Boccaccio’s Women / BOCCACCII MULIERES (12th May-04 June 2020) REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Sunday, 10th May 2020; 13:00 (UTC+2) Boccaccio’s Famous Women (“De mulieribus claris”) is the first collection of biographies devoted exclusively to women. In this Live On-line Course we will … Continue reading

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Text Manuscripts at Les Enluminures: new update

Digital resources are particularly important now during these difficult times. Text Manuscripts is not new; in fact it is the oldest digital initiative of Les Enluminures, launched not quite twenty years in September 2002.  The site, www.textmanuscripts.com, offers the largest and … Continue reading

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Call for Reviews from the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

We are seeking book reviewers for Comitatus 51 (Fall 2020), the graduate student journal published by the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. All book reviews are due August 17, 2020, and should be between 800 and 1500 words … Continue reading

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“Middle Ages for Educators” Website

In an effort to help with distance learning, teaching and research, medievalists Merle Eisenberg, Sara McDougall, and Laura Morreale have created a new website: Middle Ages for Educators. The website offers a wide range of materials. Primary sources in Translation: … Continue reading

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News, Webinars, and Opportunities for Mutual Aid

From The Bibliographical Society of America: BSA will offer five free, forty-minute webinars Monday, March 23 through Wednesday, April 2. Please find a complete list of online learning opportunities below, and spread the word to your friends and colleagues. Registration … Continue reading

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Text for Teaching and Research Exchange

In the hopes of bringing the community of medievalists together as many of us move online, a working group comprised of Sara McDougall, Merle Eisenberg and Laura Morreale, with the help of the Haskins Society, is creating an online Teaching and … Continue reading

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Virtual Annual Meeting Program

95TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEDIEVAL ACADEMY OF AMERICA VIRTUAL VERSION, MARCH 27-29, 2020 The virtual Annual Meeting will include the Presidential Plenary (delivered by Ruth Mazo Karras), eleven sessions, the annual Business Meeting, and the annual CARA Meeting. Click … Continue reading

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Now Accepting Applications for Rare Book School, Summer 2020!

Expand your understanding of book history during a Rare Book School course this summer. There are still some seats available! Among our thirty-eight courses, we are pleased to offer several pertinent to those involved in the study of rare books, … Continue reading

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Register by April 9 for the GSC Mentorship Program at Kalamazoo

DEADLINE TO REGISTER AS A MENTOR OR MENTEE: April 9 *Please note that if Kalamazoo is cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be running the mentorship program digitally. Please visit  https://wmich.edu/medievalcongress for more information about the status of Kalamazoo 2020. The … Continue reading

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