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May 18 | Anti-Racism Committee Event

Please join the Ph.D. Theatre and Performance program for an Anti-Racist and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resource Gathering facilitated by students. At this gathering, the Theatre and Performance program’s Anti-Racism Committee hopes to build connections and collectively strategize with colleagues across the Graduate Center who have been engaged in anti-racist work. This will serve as […]

May 5 | PKMS 17th Annual Graduate Conference – Bodies and Borders

Registration is now open for the Pearl Kibre Medieval Study’s 17th annual graduate conference, Bodies and Borders, to be held virtually on Friday May 5. This conference explores the limits, borders, and boundaries of the medieval body, broadly understood as both the physical body and larger structural understandings of medieval societies as bodies that rely on their […]

Mar 31 | Annual IUDC Medieval Studies Conference

Hosted by the Medieval Studies Certificate Program of the CUNY Graduate Center, with support from Columbia University and Stonybrook University March 31, 2023 John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York 524 West 59th Street 9th floor New Building, room 9.64 Schedule:   9:30-10:00 Registration, Coffee and pastries, Welcome. 10:00-11:00 Session One Carolyn […]

Feb. 10 | From the Outer Spheres to the Inner Senses: Finding Voices in Medieval Song

From the Outer Spheres to the Inner Senses: Finding Voices in Medieval Song CUNY Graduate Center, Segal Theater, Friday, February 10 at 1:30 PM. A special performance by Concordian Dawn, ensemble for medieval music, with accompanying lecture by Sarah Kay (New York University) This collaborative event – part lecture, part concert – by medieval literary […]

Feb 10 | CUNY Byzantine Roundtable

4:00pm, Art History student lounge (room 3408) FEATURED SPEAKERS Jennifer Ball, Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center Christina Christoforatou, Baruch College Eric Ivison, College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center Warren Woodfin, Queens College Anyone not currently a student or faculty member at the Graduate Center should RSVP via email to Sara McDougall at […]

Oct 6 | Opening the Case: The Giant Bible of Mainz at the Library of Congress (Webinar)

Event title: Opening the Case: The Giant Bible of Mainz at the Library of Congress (Webinar) Time: Oct 6, 2022 11:00 AM Registration: On October 6, 2022 from 11:00am-12:30pm EST, the Rare Book & Special Collections Division at the Library of Congress will be hosting an online event: Opening the Case: The Giant Bible […]

16th International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, July 17-23, 2022

Dear colleagues, We are excited about progress in organizing the 16th International Congress of Medieval Canon Law (July 17-23 at Saint Louis University).  See our website at for much helpful information.  If you would like to attend and have not yet registered, please do so as soon as possible in order to assist our final […]

May 19 | Possible Worlds: A Talk by Alexander Nagel

On Thursday May 19, at 7:00 pm MDT, Contemporary Calgary and the University of Calgary Nickle Galleries are co-presenting Possible Worlds: A Talk by Alexander Nagel. In addition to the in-person lecture at Contemporary Calgary (formerly the Centennial Planetarium), we will livestream the lecture via Zoom and would be honoured to have you as our online guests. The presentation offers […]

May 4 & 6 | A Global Early Modern? Two Lectures

Please join us for “A Global Early Modern? Two Lectures”. Register here. Featuring Zoltán Biedermann (University College London) How might the term ‘global’ deepen engagement with Renaissance and Early Modern? Animated by this question, the GEMS faculty and students have invited the noted early-modern scholar, Zoltán Biedermann. Join us in welcoming but also thinking with […]

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