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MAA News – MAA @ Kalamazoo

As always, the Medieval Academy of America will have a strong presence at the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies  (May 10-13). 1) The Friday morning plenary, sponsored by the Academy, will be delivered by Sara Ritchey (Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville), … Continue reading

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MAA News – Latest Issue of Speculum is Now Available Online

The latest issue of Speculum is now available on the University of Chicago Press Journals website. To access your members-only journal subscription, log in to the MAA website using your username and password associated with your membership (contact us at info@themedievalacademy.org  … Continue reading

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MAA News – Mirador for Medievalists: IIIF, Shared Canvas, and Digital Images

We are now accepting applications for this digital humanities workshop co-sponsored by The Medieval Academy of America and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Co-taught by Benjamin Albritton (Computing Info Systems Analyst, Stanford University Libraries) and Lisa Fagin Davis … Continue reading

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MAA News – Belle Da Costa Greene Fund

The Medieval Academy of America is very pleased to announce the establishment of the Belle Da Costa Greene Fund. Belle Da Costa Greene (1883-1950) was a prominent art historian and the first manuscript librarian of the Pierpont Morgan collection. She … Continue reading

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MAA News – Seeking Editor of Speculum

The Medieval Academy of America seeks to appoint an Editor for Speculum.  The position is configured as part-time, requiring around 25 hours per week. The Editor is appointed for an expected five-year term, subject to acceptable yearly performance reviews, with … Continue reading

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MAA News – 2018 Olivia Constable Awards

The four Constable Awards, presented in memory of Olivia Remie Constable, support the research of junior, contingent, or unaffiliated scholars: Lindsay Cook (Columbia Univ.), “The Geography, Architecture, and Visual Culture of the Trinitarian Order” Sarah Ifft Decker (Indiana Univ.), “Jewish … Continue reading

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MAA News – 2018 Dissertation Grants

The nine endowed and named Medieval Academy Dissertation Grants support advanced graduate students in medieval studies. Nicole Genevieve Corrigan (Emory University), “Inventing the Virgen del Sagrario: Castilian Images of the Virgin and Visual Strategies of Devotion” (Hope Emily Allen Dissertation … Continue reading

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MAA News – Call for Subvention Applications

Medieval Academy Publication Subventions: Applications Due May 1 The Medieval Academy Book Subvention Program provides grants of up to $2,500 to university or other non-profit scholarly presses to support the publication of first books by Medieval Academy members. The deadline … Continue reading

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MAA News – Travel Grants: Upcoming Deadline

The Medieval Academy provides a limited number of travel grants to help Academy members who hold doctorates but are not in full-time faculty positions, or are contingent faculty without access to institutional funding, attend conferences to present their work. Deadline: … Continue reading

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MAA News – The 93rd Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America

The 2018 Annual Meeting (Emory University, 1-3 March) was a great success, with around 350 attendees, four plenary sessions, more than 200 papers, receptions surrounded by a full-scale reproduction of the Bayeux Embroidery, and a closing planetarium field trip where … Continue reading

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