The Fellows of the Medieval Academy have elected four Fellows and one Corresponding Fellow for induction in 2014. We offer our congratulations to these scholars, who have made notable contributions to Medieval Studies in North America and worldwide:
Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski (French Language and Literature, Univ. of Pittsburgh); Antonette di Paolo Healey (Old English, Univ. of Toronto); Lawrence Nees (History of Art, Univ. of Delaware); David Wallace (Literature, Univ. of Pennsylvania).
The new Corresponding Fellow is Charles S. F. Burnett (History of Science, Warburg Institute).
Complete lists of current and past Fellows and Corresponding Fellows can be found on the Medieval Academy website:
This election brings the number of Fellows to 119 (of a possible 125) and the number of Corresponding Fellows to 65.
We hope you will join us for the formal induction of the new Fellows at the Annual Meeting in Los Angeles on Saturday, 12 April at 4:00 PM in the Grand Horizon Room, Covel Commons.