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Language Reading Program – Fall registration is open

Registration for the Fall 2022 session of the Language Reading Program is open.  Registration is first come, first served. The LRP helps students satisfy their language reading requirements.  Our courses are aimed strictly at the translation of scholarly texts. This fall, LRP is offering French level I, German levels I and II, and Spanish level I. The […]

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 […]

Open Call for “From my window…and other places” Focused Inquiry Group

The Teaching and Learning Center and the Center for Humanities invite members of the Graduate Center community to participate in an ongoing visual and textual sense-making project to document and reflect collectively upon this unprecedented moment. “From my window…and other places” is a space for expression, connection, and reflection to elaborate the social, psychological, political transformations we are all facing as educators and students in 2020 and beyond. To […]

Apply by Aug 21 | New-York Historical Society Center for Women’s History Early Career Workshop

The Center for Women’s History invites applications for participation in the fourth cohort of our Early Career Workshop (ECW) []. During the academic year 2020–2021, a select group of doctoral candidates and new scholars in the fields of American women’s and gender history will meet monthly to workshop their writing with a rotating pair of scholars […]

Rare Book School: manuscript courses this summer

Rare Book School is currently accepting applications for its summer 2019 courses. Following are just a few of our offerings on medieval and early modern manuscripts: The Book in the Manuscript Era [] (H-20) with Raymond Clemens: Learn about the manuscript book in the West from late antiquity to the beginning of the sixteenth century, […]

Italy Conservation Summer Field School

There are still places available in all our programs Click here to browse our course []s in conservation [] The deadline for applying for credit through West Virginia University has been extended to April 28 San Gemini Preservation Studies Program []

Italy Conservation Summer Field School

Deadline for applying is extended to April 15, 2019. We have spaces open in most of our programs and are still accepting applications for our summer 2019 field school, the San Gemini Preservation Studies Program []. [] The deadline for applications is now April 15, 2019. Now in its 21st year, with alumni from over 170 […]

Mar 26 | TLC Workshop: Classroom Communication as Praxis

Classroom Communication as Praxis Tuesday, March 26, 3-5pm, Room C201 When intentionally practiced, communication can empower and validate students in our classrooms. This workshop will apply classroom communication theory and scholarship to our own approaches to intentional classroom communication. Guided by the process-based inquiry of the TLC’s Open Focused Inquiry Series, three Graduate Center student […]

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