Scott Stull of the Sociology/Anthropology Department at SUNY Cortland will present a public lecture entitled "The Archaeology of Medieval Novgorod" on Wednesday, October 3, at 6:30 pm, in CNS 208.
Veliky Novgorod was one of the most important cities of medieval Eastern Europe. Located on the Volkhov River, it connected the trading centers of the Baltic Sea and northern Europe...
Moravian College in nearby Bethlehem, PA, will host their annual undergraduate conference in medieval and early modern studies. Students are asked to submit short abstracts for 15-minute talks on any aspect of medieval or early modern literature, history, art history, philosophy, religion, theater, or music. Groups of students may propose theatrical or musical presentations of up to...
On Thursday, Sept. 16, from 12:10-1pm in Friends 201, Medieval and Renaissance Studies will be holding an information session for students interested in adding a Med-Ren minor. All interested students are encouraged to attend.
If you would like to attend but are unable, please contact the Program Coordinator, Dan Breen, to set up a separate appointment. You may email him at...
Please see the following call for papers from Sententiae, the research journal for undergraduate work on the Middle Ages and the Renaissance based at Harvard University.
The Harvard Undergraduate Journal of Medieval Studies invites undergraduates to submit to its 2010-2011 edition.
HUJMS Sententiae is an...