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MAA Public Statement on the Assault on the U.S. Capitol

MAA PUBLIC STATEMENT on the ASSAULT ON THE U.S. CAPITOL The violent assault on the U. S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, which led to the tragic loss of five lives, represents yet another moment in American history that confronts … Continue reading

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2021 Governance Election Results

To the members of the Medieval Academy of America: I am very pleased to announce the results of the 2021 governance election, which closed at 11:59 PM on Jan. 2: President: Thomas A. Dale (Art History, Univ. of Wisconsin) 1st … Continue reading

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2021 Fellows Election

To the Members of the Medieval Academy of America, The 2021 Election of Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Medieval Academy of America closed on Saturday, 2 January. The results have been certified by the President of the Fellows and … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Jerome Singerman is the Senior Editor for┬áLiterary criticism and cultural studies, medieval and Renaissance studies, and Jewish studies at the University of Pennsylvania Press. For decades, he has shaped what books we read and have read in medieval studies at … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: Medieval Academy of America Annual Fund

Medieval Academy of America 2020 Annual Fund Dear colleagues, We have all faced difficult challenges in 2020. Many of us are dealing with health issues, financial precarity, a shallow job market, or loss of travel and research funds. The move … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Danielle Griego received her PhD in History from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2018. She is currently an Independent Scholar, editing her manuscript and working on an essay in a forthcoming edited volume on medieval childhood. Her work focuses on … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

How many ways are there to be a medievalist? How do medievalists choose different career paths? Have changes in graduate programs and graduate advising expanded PhD students’ choices and created an awareness of professional opportunities beyond the tenure track? Following … Continue reading

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MAA Council update

To the Members of the Medieval Academy of America, I am writing to inform you that third-year Councilor Kathryn A. Smith has stepped down from the Council for personal reasons. In accordance with our bylaws (paragraphs 7 and 11), the … Continue reading

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2019 Annual Fund

Medieval Academy of America 2019 Annual Fund The landscape of Medieval Studies is more dynamic than ever, rich with the voices of scholars of all identities, disciplines, and areas of specialty. And though the field of Medieval Studies has faced … Continue reading

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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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