Monthly Archives: December 2022

GSC Podcasting Workshop: Crafting an Engaging Episode

Join the GSC on January 20th at 12pm Eastern for our first webinar of 2023! As a part of the GSC’s ongoing series on podcasting, the committee will be hosting a workshop on crafting and curating engaging content for listeners. Podcasting … Continue reading

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Jobs For Medievalists

Special Collections Curator, University of Kansas Libraries-General 24024BR The University of Kansas Libraries seeks a curious, creative, and collaborative curator to share in the management, development, and promotion of the university’s rare books and manuscript holdings at the Kenneth Spencer … Continue reading

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Statement on Medieval Armenian Heritage in the Region of Nagorno-Karabakh

Recent satellite information gathered by Caucasus Heritage Watch demonstrates distressing changes to the Armenian heritage of Nagorno-Karabakh, including threats to two 7th-century churches, destruction of 12th-century cross-stones (khachkars) in Shushi/Shusha, and the complete erasure of an 18th-century church. This erasure … Continue reading

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Schwarz Fellowship at the Gennadius Library for Research on Music

Deadline: January 15, 2023 The Schwarz Fellowship for Research on Music supports research that focuses on the cultural history of music in the Mediterranean world broadly defined. The fellowship aims to promote the study of interactions among Western European, Byzantine, … Continue reading

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Fellowships at Cambridge University Libraries for 2023-24

Munby Fellowship in Bibliography The fellowship enables scholars in any field to spend time in Cambridge carrying out bibliographical research based on the world-class collections of manuscripts, printed books and archives held by the University and colleges. Fellows are expected … Continue reading

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MAA News – From the President

Dear Academy Members, I’ve had a glimpse of the future, and despite all the disheartening conditions and prospects in academic life, it is intellectually BRIGHT! Graduate student participation in this year’s Annual Meeting is very impressive. Over forty percent (42.2%) of … Continue reading

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MAA News – 2023 Annual Meeting: Save the Date!

Join us in Washington, DC from Feb. 23-26 for the 98th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America. The programme and hotel information are now available on the conference website, and the registration portal will open in early January. … Continue reading

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MAA News – Recently-Awarded MAA Grants and Prizes

Congratulations to these recent awardees! Nahir Otaño Gracia (Univ. of New Mexico) has been awarded the 2022 Inclusivity & Diversity Book Subvention to support the publication of her forthcoming monograph, The Other Faces of Arthur: Whiteness in the Global North … Continue reading

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MAA News – Upcoming Deadlines

The Medieval Academy of America invites applications for the following grants. Please note that applicants must be members in good standing as of September 15 in order to be eligible for Medieval Academy awards. The Inclusivity and Diversity Research Grant … Continue reading

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MAA News – Support the MAA with an end-of-the-year Donation

As the holiday season approaches, we hope you will reflect on how the Medieval Academy of America (MAA) has responded to the challenges so many of our community members have faced this past year. We’ve increased our scholarship support and … Continue reading

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