MAA News – Medieval Academy Members Awarded ACLS Fellowships

ACLSThe American Council of Learned Societies has recently announced the

2015 ACLS fellowship recipients, several of whom are members of the Medieval Academy:

Albin, Andrew J. / ACLS Fellowship

Assistant Professor, English, Fordham University Richard Rolle’s Melody of Love: Alliterative Translation and Commentary

Diem, Albrecht / ACLS Fellowship

Associate Professor, History, Syracuse University Norm and Community: Early Medieval Monastic Rules and the Development of Regular Observance

Gertsman, Elina / ACLS Fellowship

Associate Professor, Art History and Art, Case Western Reserve University Figuring Absence: Empty Spaces in Late Medieval Art

Madden, Thomas F. / ACLS Fellowship

Professor, History, Saint Louis University The Lion and the Cross: Crusade, Memory, and Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Venice

Miller, Tanya Stabler / ACLS Fellowship

Associate Professor, History and Political Science, Purdue University, Calumet Men, Women, and Religious Education in Medieval France

Smail, Daniel L. / ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship Professor, History, Harvard University The Documentary Archaeology of Late Medieval Europe

Walker, Alicia W. / Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship Assistant Professor, History of Art, Bryn Mawr College Christian Bodies, Pagan Images: Women, Beauty, and Morality in Medieval Byzantium

For an overview of all ACLS fellowship recipients, click here.

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