A preliminary list of Fall 2015 Medieval Studies courses is now available. All courses on the list will count toward the Medieval Studies minor even if they do not carry the MEST designator.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded the College of Liberal Arts a $600,000 start-up grant to develop the conceptual and programmatic foundations for a new Consortium for the Study of the Premodern World. Click here for a brief describing the vision of the consortium: Brief_Sketch_of_CSPW_at_UMN
The consortium will create a new confederation of the many existing premodern studies constituencies at the University and establish a new synergistic mission to promote integrated, multidisciplinary research and teaching in global premodern studies. The consortium will also pioneer a new approach to graduate education by working to combine graduate training in established humanities and social sciences disciplines with an integrated, multidisciplinary graduate program in global premodern studies.
J.B. Shank (History & Center for Early Modern History) served as principal investigator on the proposal, with Andrew Scheil (English & Center for Medieval Studies) and Marguerite Ragnow (James Ford Bell Library) as co-investigators.
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Spring 2015 Calendar. Events are Thursdays at 4pm in 1210 Heller Hall unless otherwise noted.
Learn more about the Center's Sheppard Lecture series