Launched in 2015, the MAA/GSC Grants are awarded annually to an individual or graduate student group from one or more universities. The purpose of this grant is to stimulate new and innovative efforts that support pre-professionalization, encourage communication and collaboration across diverse groups of graduate students, and build communities amongst graduate student medievalists.
The 2016 MAA/GSC Grants are being awarded to the following projects:
The First Annual Medievalist Art Historians’ Meeting of the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium (Katherine King (Princeton Univ.), Justin Willson (Princeton Univ.), and Meseret Oldjira (Princeton Univ.))
Vagantes 2017 (Andrew Klein (Univ. of Notre Dame) and Margie Housley (Univ. of Notre Dame))
We are very pleased to report on the progress of the three projects that were awarded MAA/GSC Grants in 2015:
The graduate student conference “Method and the Middle English Text” took place on April 8-9;
The digital initiative “English Manuscript Rolls 1200-1600” has hosted one of two workshops on encoding digitized scroll content using XML and TEI (the second planned for November 2016) and will be presenting at Session 450 at Kalamazoo;
The 2016 Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies took place at Rice University on February 18-20, 2016.
The Medieval Academy is proud to support these innovative student-run projects.