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Accepting applications for Vagantes Conference

The Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies is now accepting applications for our 2022 host institution. The conference is an itinerant, interdisciplinary graduate student conference focusing on the Middle Ages, and is entirely organized and run by graduate students. Vagantes is a unique opportunity to showcase the Medieval Studies community at your institution, as well as […]

Call for Contributors to Visible Pedagogy, 2019-2020

The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) seeks contributors to its blog, Visible Pedagogy for academic year 2019-2020. Contributing writers will craft a series of posts over the course of the Fall semester on a topic they define, and Guest Editors will curate a series on a topic of their choice with writers they recruit. The choice of […]

CFP: The New Chaucer Society Conference

CFP: The New Chaucer Society Conference Twenty-second Biennial Congress Durham, 12–16 July 2020 Why is Chaucer Not Taught in French Departments/France? Jennifer Alberghini, Stephanie Grace-Petinos and Sara Rychtarik (;; Members of English departments, particularly those who study Chaucer, are aware of the deep French influence on Medieval English literature. Scholars have, of necessity, […]

April 26 | IUDC – Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium 2019

Inter-University Doctoral Consortium Annual Medieval Studies Colloquium 2019 April 26, 2019, 9:00am – 5:00pm Princeton Club, Prospect Room 15 West 43rd St., New York, NY 10036 Schedule: 9:00-9:30 Coffee 9:30-11:00 Medieval Music and Literary Form Moderator: Robert Maxwell, Institute for Fine Arts, NYU “Contrafactum and Medieval Monophonic Song Accompaniment: Imitating the Imitator” Christopher Preston Thompson, […]

Due Mar 31 | Call for Participants – Medievalist toolkit

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS Medievalist Toolkit Meeting: a workshop for public scholarship countering far-right misinformation May 4, 2019 at Columbia University Submission deadline: March 31, 2019 Send abstracts and questions to: The Medievalist Toolkit is an initiative run by graduate students that addresses far-right misappropriations of the Middle Ages. To do so, we research extremist […]

Due April 1 | CfP – Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium Conference

The Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium Call for Papers Crosscurrents: Recontextualizing Early Medieval Studies Columbia University September 13-14, 2019   “Cross-Currents” aims to provide a different context for the conceptualization of medieval literature by putting the field, broadly conceived, into direct contact with scholarship in African-American studies, Caribbean studies, improvisation studies, ethnic studies, queer theory, island studies, […]

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