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CARA News – Institute for Medieval Studies, University of New Mexico

The Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS) hosts its 33rd annual Spring Lecture Series, “Sacred Objects and Places of the Middle Ages,” from April 23-26, 2018. This week-long series of six lectures and a concert of early music attracts several hundred … Continue reading

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CARA News: University of Michigan

University of Michigan
 Medieval and Early Modern Studies 1029 Tisch, 435 S. State St., Univ. of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003
Phone: 734-763-2066  //  Fax: 734-647-4881 Program Associate: Terre Fisher (telf@umich.edu) Faculty Contact, 2016-2018: Peggy McCracken (peggymcc@umich.edu)
Department of Romance Languages and Literature, Women’s … Continue reading

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International Medieval Society Paris

Over the past fifteen years, the International Medieval Society-Paris (IMS-Paris) has promoted interdisciplinary intellectual exchange among international scholars of medieval studies and colleagues in France.  A bi-lingual non-profit association founded in Paris in 2002 by Meredith Cohen (UCLA) and Danielle … Continue reading

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CARA News: University of Florida

To see what’s going on at the University of Florida Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, including the commemoration of UFL professor Florin Curta’s twenty-fifth Kalamazoo, click here:http://mems.center.ufl.edu

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CARA News: University of New Mexico

The Institute for Medieval Studies at the University of New Mexico held its annual Spring Lecture Series on April 24-27. This week-long series of six lectures and a concert attracts several hundred members of the Albuquerque community to hear lectures … Continue reading

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CARA News: The Catholic University of America

The Center for Medieval & Byzantine Studies at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. is a vibrant community of over thirty scholars and an energetic group of graduate students from various Schools and Departments across campus. It administers … Continue reading

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CARA News: Stanford University

Over the 2016-2017 academic year, the Stanford Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS) sponsored a variety of activities to support our growing community of medieval and early modern scholars. Throughout the year, we continued our longstanding series of … Continue reading

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CARA News: Indiana University

The Medieval Studies Institute (MEST) at Indiana University, an interdisciplinary program offering minors and certificates on the graduate and undergraduate levels, saw a productive 2016-2017 academic year.  Professor Rosemarie McGerr (Professor of Comparative Literature) completed six years of service as … Continue reading

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CARA News: St. Louis University

The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) at Saint Louis University is one of the largest of its kind in America, with more than sixty full-time faculty affiliates across numerous undergraduate and doctoral programs. In 2016-2017 the CMRS inaugurated … Continue reading

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CARA News: University of Ottawa

The University of Ottawa offers a collaborative Masters in Medieval and Renaissance studies, in which students, in addition to courses in their main discipline, take two interdisciplinary courses and develop a research project based on original sources. The program may … Continue reading

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