CMRS PhD candidate Lisa Di Crescenzo has been awarded one of two prestigious ACIS Cassa Marca Scholarships in 2015
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.
Why is ‘medieval’ in the news now? Why is Australian political rhetoric ‘going medieval’? Clare Monagle and Louise D’Arcens reflect.
Associate Professor Peter Howard, Director of the CMRS, was recognised with the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching award in 2013
CMRS Associate Tomas Zahora has recently published a fascinating new study of the medieval tradition of encylopedic knowledge. It is available now from Brepols.
CMRS scholars will be well represented at the Leeds IMC in 2014. Session and paper details here!
The Monash CMRS team 2014 raised $1500 for breast cancer research with their run and fundraising morning tea.
Emma Nicholls has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship to undertake a PhD at Cambridge University.
Recently published: A collection of 16 essays by the late F. W. Kent on Lorenzo the Magnificent and edited by Carolyn James, CMRS Deputy Director
CMRS members & associates have been successful in the recent ARC Project Grant round. Congrats to Megan Cassidy-Welch and Jacqui Broad!
Clare Monagle’s monograph ‘Orthodoxy and Controversy in Twelfth-Century Religious Discourse’ (Brepols) was recently launched at a celebration in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies.
The Med-Ren crew gathered on Friday to mark the completion of Kathleen Neal’s doctoral thesis, … Continue reading Completion celebrated
‘Letters to Francesco Datini’ a recent translation by CMRS Deputy Director Carolyn James and Antonio Pagliaro has been honoured by online gender index site Feminae.
The History Program is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Kathleen Neal to a … Continue reading New Appointment in Medieval History