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Dec 2 | Symposium: Make it New: The Many Dantes of the Twenty-First Century

Symposium Make it New: The Many Dantes of the Twenty-First Century Friday, December 2 (9:45 AM – 6:30 PM) A Two-Day International Conference at New York University and Columbia University The Seventh Edition of The Global Dante Project of New York Directors: Maria Luisa Ardizzone (NYU) & Teodolinda Barolini (Columbia) PRESENTED BY NEW YORK UNIVERSITY: […]

Due Nov 28 | Vagantes 2023 Call for Papers

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 22nd Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies, which will be held at Harvard University from March 16–18, 2023! Vagantes offers an excellent opportunity for junior scholars to share their research. We invite abstracts from current graduate students and recent MA graduates in all disciplines who are […]

Due Dec 15 | CfP – Medieval Studies Student Colloquium 2023: Lacunae

2023 Medieval Studies Student Colloquium: Lacunae    The Medieval Studies Program at Cornell is pleased to announce the 33rd annual Medieval Studies Student Colloquium (MSSC), which takes the idea of “Lacunae” as its theme. The conference will be held virtually over Zoom on Saturday, March 11th, 2023.     We invite proposals for 20-minute papers investigating […]

Deadline Oct 14 | Submissions to Eolas journal no. 16 (2023)

Eolas  The Journal of  The American Society of Irish Medieval Studies  An Cumann Meiriceánach um Léann na Meánaoise Éireannaí  NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR EOLAS 16 (2023 publication)!  Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of Ireland in the Middle Ages, including Irish intersections […]

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies Call for Future Host Applications Due September 30

The deadline to submit applications to host the Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies has been extended to Friday, September 30. Vagantes is an interdisciplinary conference focusing on the Middle Ages that is entirely organized and run by graduate students. This is a unique opportunity for graduate students to showcase the Medieval Studies community at their institution, as […]

Due by Sep 15 | CfP – “Breathing in Unbreathable Circumstances”: Women of Color Feminisms in Medieval Studies

“Breathing in Unbreathable Circumstances”: Women of Color Feminisms in Medieval Studies ICMS Kalamazoo, 2023 Roundtable, Virtual Session Submission Deadline: Thursday, September 15, 2022 In Undrowned: Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals, Alexis Pauline Gumbs meditatively interrogates the language of the natural sciences and its attendant racialized, gender-essentialized assumptions, and provides a model for identifying similar […]

Due by Sep 18 | CFP – Rutgers Art Review Vol 40

Call for Papers and Digital Projects – Volume 40 Deadline: September 18, 2022 Rutgers Art Review, a journal of graduate research in art history, hereby invites all current graduate students, as well as professionals who have completed their graduate degree within the past year, to submit papers and digital humanities projects for its 40th edition. Papers may address all topics, geographies and historical periods […]

Due Aug 26 | CfP – Princeton Medieval and Early Modern Studies Graduate Conference

Princeton Medieval and Early Modern Studies Graduate Conference December 3, 2022 “How did they learn? How did they teach?: Exploring Knowledge Transmission from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern”   Much of our modern knowledge is the result of centuries of experiments driven by human desire to record and pass down successes, failures and lessons […]


Comitatus A JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES CALL FOR BOOK REVIEWS The books listed in this PDF on our website are available for review in Comitatus 53 (2022), the graduate student journal published by the UCLA CMRS Center for Early Global Studies. If you would like to write a review for Comitatus 53, email […]

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