The Inaugural Annual CMRS symposium on Languages of Exile and Imprisonment has been a great success
Now’s the time to register your interest for summer unit Dante’s Medieval World in Nov-Dec 2015.
CMRS Inaugural Annual Symposium, “Tied with indissoluble chains”: Languages of Exile and Imprisonment in Medieval and Renaissance England and Italy. Register now!
The CMRS Postgraduate Committee is pleased to announce the program for semester one seminars. For … Continue reading Seminar Schedule for Semester 1 Online
Watch the 2014 Bill Kent Memorial Lecture online: William Wallace, “Michaelangelo and the Sistine Chapel… 500 years”
Applications are now invited for Australian European University Institute Fellowships which provide the opportunity to … Continue reading AEUIFAI Research Fellowships in Florence: Now Open
Applications are now open for the inaugural CMRS Visiting Senior Scholar Program. More details here.
CMRS PhD candidate Lisa Di Crescenzo has been awarded one of two prestigious ACIS Cassa Marca Scholarships in 2015
The CMRS is pleased to support our fellow early modern and medieval scholars at The … Continue reading Early Modern Circle @UniMelb – Call for Papers
Prof. Constant Mews, distinguished scholar of twelfth century thought and theology, has been elected as Corresponding Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America
Dr Kathleen Neal has been recognized by the Faculty of Arts with a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2014.
Student Lauren McAlary has won the First Year Essay Prize in History for her piece on humanism in the Renaissance.
Postgraduates from participating centres at Monash, Warwick and Amsterdam will present on their research in Medieval and Renaissance studies at Monash Prato on 9 December.
Monash’s postgraduate/postdoctoral Biblical Hebrew group is expanding its activities in 2015. Find out more here!
Students in ATS3612 have arrived in Tuscany, where they will spend 4 weeks studying The Renaissance in Florence.
Adjunct Professor John Griffiths, an Associate of the CMRS, has recently been elected a Corresponding … Continue reading CMRS Associate John Griffiths honoured by American Musicological Society
The J.C. Holt Undergraduate Essay Prize for work on Magna Carta is now open to entries for 2015. Details here!
The Villa I Tatti Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies Prize for the Best Essay Published in 2013 is now open for applications.
Why is ‘medieval’ in the news now? Why is Australian political rhetoric ‘going medieval’? Clare Monagle and Louise D’Arcens reflect.
Visiting Scholar Prof Zyg Baranski speaks on “Language as sin and salvation in Dante: Inferno XVIII”, 10 October, 11am.