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April 2 | CONCERT: Medieval Protest Music

Alkemie Early Music Ensemble Presents: CONCERT | Singing Truth To Power: Medieval Protest Music April 2 at 7:30pm (In-Person Event) Venue: St. Luke in the Fields, 487 Hudson St, NYC 10014 Tickets: $15-$50; limited free for students with a valid ID. To reserve your free student tickets please use the code MedRen at checkout and bring your Student ID to the concert. “Singing […]

Mar 11 | Word Beyond Speech: The Transformation of Logos in the Christos Paschon

Late Antique-Medieval-Early Modern Faculty Working Group(LAMEM) Join us for a LAMEM event tomorrow. Though it has no formal interdisciplinary program for the study of the late antique, medieval, and early modern world, Brooklyn College’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences has a stellar collection of faculty studying the world before 1700 from many different angles. Thus, in […]

Mar 3 | NYU MARC lecture by Jenny C. Mann

Please be sure to RSVP below to join us on Thursday, March 3 at 6pm EST via Zoom: The NYU Medieval and Renaissance Center invites you to the first event in our Spring 2022 Distinguished Lecture Series. Jenny C. Mann (NYU) The Trials of Orpheus: Softening as Poetic Force in Ovid and Marlowe RSVP Here […]

Sep 24 | “The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Gender before Modernity”?

September 24, 2021, 5:00pm – 6:30pm  “The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Gender before Modernity”? Speaker: Leah DeVun (Rutgers University) This talk explores ideas and individuals who allegedly combined or crossed sex or gender categories in Europe from 200–1400 C.E.. Focusing on several efforts to categorize sex in medical and naturalist contexts, DeVun looks at how and […]

Mar 11-12 | Erich Auerbach: Scholarship and Identity in Times of Crisis, A Critical View

Erich Auerbach: Scholarship and Identity in Times of Crisis, A Critical View An International Webinar: The Graduate Center, CUNY, and the University of Oldenburg, Germany March 11, 2021, 4-6pm March 12, 2021, 12-2 pm Registration required An international conference planned with the University of Oldenburg, Germany, we will explore varying views on Erich Auerbach’s relation to German, […]

Yale Lectures in Medieval Studies Fall 2020 Series

The Yale Lectures in Medieval Studies committee is pleased to announce its fall 2020 series! We are excited to host the following guest speaker: Thursday, December 10th: Jack Tannous, Princeton University Please note that all lectures will be held virtually, with relevant Zoom links circulated via email, Facebook [], and our official Yale webpage []. Further details are […]

Upcoming Medieval Academy Webinars: Freelancing 101

Session 1: Para-academic Work, September 8, 1-2:30 EDT Session 2: Working Beyond Academia, September 22, 1-2:30 EDT Jointly sponsored by CARA [](the Committee for Centers and Regional Associations) and the Committee for Professional Development [] Although many medievalists are occupied with the challenges of the classroom this fall, others have not returned to teaching this […]

Mina Rees Library | Conversation Series

Mina Rees Library Conversation Series: Summer 2020 Schedule   Thursday June 18th, 1:00pm EST: Brian Mercado & Karen Zaino, ​GC Doctoral students, and participants in the 2020 Open Pedagogy Fellowship .They’ll talk about their experience developing OER for courses in Sociology and Urban Education, and the ethics of finding open resources in those fields. Sign up here for the Zoom link!  […]

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