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The Sinai Palimpsest Project: Piercing the Mists of Time

The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture is pleased to announce the keynote address for the 2014 Graduate Student Conference on Byzantine Studies. On February 28, 2014, at 7pm, Fr. Justin Sinaites will present “The Sinai Palimpsest Project: … Continue reading

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Postdocs: Hebrew and Arabic Literature

The Maison des Science de l’Homme Lorraine is offering 6 month post-doctoral contracts in Medieval Hebrew and Medieval Arabic Literature at €2400 per month. Deadline for Application: a June 2014 Start of Contract: 1 September 2014 All nationalities are welcome … Continue reading

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Call for Articles – Muslims and Islam in the Early Modern Italian and Mediterranean Worlds

I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance is pleased to announce a call for articles that explore the presence of “Muslims and Islam in the Early Modern Italian and Mediterranean Worlds.”  Articles should address the transmission and circulation of ideas, objects, … Continue reading

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Viking and Medieval Norse Studies and Medieval Icelandic Studies

The University of Iceland is now accepting applications for Viking and Medieval Norse Studies and Medieval Icelandic Studies: (1) Medieval Icelandic Studies is a three-semester (90 ECTS) graduate program, with two semesters’ (60 ECTS) worth of course work and one semester’s worth (30 ECTS) … Continue reading

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Editor of Speculum

To the Members of the Medieval Academy: The Council, on the recommendation of a search committee chaired by Richard Unger, is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Sarah Spence as the new editor of Speculum. Sarah Spence has just taken … Continue reading

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Regesta Pontificum Romanorum Online

The database “Regesta Pontificum Romanorum” has been launched at the beginning of this week. In the near future there will be a regest for every papal contact prior to the year 1198. Please visit www.papsturkunden.de. As of now just 282 … Continue reading

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Call for Participants: Early Modern Art in Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean (2014-15, Harvard)

From Riverbed to Seashore. Art on the Move in Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean in the Early Modern Period – a Harvard University Research Seminar organized as part of the Getty Foundation’s Connecting Art Histories initiative, led by Alina Payne, … Continue reading

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Event announcment: Jerold Frakes on early Yiddish literature at Radcliffe next Wednesday

The next event in the Radcliffe Fellows speakers series will take place next Wednesday, 6 November, at 4 p.m. in the Sheerr Room of Fay House, featuring Jerold Frakes on “Cultural Revolution in Ashkenaz: The Emergence of Early Yiddish Literature.” … Continue reading

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University of Illinois-Urbana Rare Book & Manuscript Library Invites Visiting Scholar Applications

The John “Bud” Velde Visiting Scholars Program The Rare Book & Manuscript Library University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign CALL FOR APPLICATIONS The Rare Book & Manuscript Library annually awards two stipends of up to $3,000 to scholars and researchers, unaffiliated … Continue reading

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Travel grants from the Nederlands Instituut in Turkey for students and doctoral researchers

Deadlines: 17 November 2013, 26 January 2014, and 15 June 2014 http://www.nit-istanbul.org./NITFellowships2014.html

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