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2020 MAA Election: Voting is Open!

To the Members of the Medieval Academy: Voting in the annual MAA governance election is now open. This one of the most important means that members have to impact both the MAA and the future of medieval studies in North … Continue reading

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Renew Your MAA Membership for 2020!

Dear colleague, It is time to renew your membership in the Medieval Academy of America for 2020. You must be a member in good standing to apply for grants and fellowships given out by the Academy, to speak at the … Continue reading

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Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

The following post by Russell Stone, Assistant Vice Provost for Assessment and Accreditation at the University of Nevada, Reno, is the first of a series profiling a community of colleagues who are using their medievalist skills and training in a … Continue reading

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Important Changes to MAA Election Procedures and Governance

To the Members of the Medieval Academy of America: I am very pleased to announce the following important changes to the Medieval Academy of America By-Laws, as recommended by the Centennial Committee and recently approved by the Council: Article 23. … Continue reading

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An Open Letter from the Medieval Academy of America to the College Board

Trevor Packer Senior Vice President, AP and Instruction The College Board 250 Vesey Street New York, NY 10281 TPacker@collegeboard.org Dear Mr. Packer, The Medieval Academy of America (MAA) and especially its K-12 Committee urges the College Board to reconsider its … Continue reading

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Medieval Academy of America Amended Values Statement

In light of recent public invocations of the Medieval Academy of America in regard to white supremacy and medieval studies, we are circulating our amended Values Statement: Membership in the Medieval Academy is open to all persons concerned with the … Continue reading

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The Medieval Academy of America stands with our colleagues at Central European University in Budapest

In solidarity with our colleagues at Central European University, threatened by action by the Hungarian government, the governance of the Medieval Academy sent the letter below to the Hungarian Minister of Human Capacities this morning. We urge our members to … Continue reading

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Statement on Diversity and Academic Freedom

Medieval Academy of America Statement on Diversity and Academic Freedom Membership in the Medieval Academy is open to all persons concerned with the study and teaching of the Middle Ages, including, but not limited to, independent scholars, secondary teachers, graduate … Continue reading

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Medieval Academy of America Announces New Fellows

The Medieval Academy of America is pleased to announce the 2016 Class of Fellows and Corresponding Fellows: FELLOWS: Lisa Bitel (Univ. of Southern California) Theodore Evergates (McDaniel College) Dorothy Glass (Emerita, Univ. of Buffalo) Joel Kaye (Barnard College/Columbia Univ.) Conrad … Continue reading

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2016 Annual Meeting Registration reminder

Early registration closes on 24 January.   Register now to take advantage of discounted hotel rooms and registration!   Boston Public Library MS f. Med. 101, f. 1r detail Christine de Pizan, Le livre des trois vertus [image courtesy of the … Continue reading

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