The Center for Medieval Studies sponsors many events throughout the year to encourage increased interest, knowledge, and study of the Middle Ages. Our annual conferences highlight one theme per year and attract participants from all over the globe. Our Fall and Spring Lecture Series provide a forum for scholars in the field to come and present new material to the local medievalist community. We also host smaller symposia on specific scholarly questions, and run a series of workshops on Professional Issues in Medieval Studies.

Upcoming Events 

Total Medicine: An Approach to the Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Healing Texts
John D. Niles - UC Berkeley & Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison 
Friday, September 29, 12:00 pm - O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Roman Royal Histories: The Cultural Legacies of Kingdoms Allied to the Roman Empire After Their Annexation 
Richard Teverson - Fordham University 
Thursday, October 19, 6:00 pm - O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Realism Versus Reality in Dante's Paradiso 
Teodolinda Barolini - Columbia University 
Wednesday, November 8, 12:00 pm - O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

A Flower in Winter: The Challenges and Rewards of Singing Hildegard
Co-sponsored by the Music Department 
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek, mezzo-soprano - formerly of Anonymous 4
Monday, November 27, 6:30 pm - 12th Floor Lounge, Leon Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus 

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