Dr Kathleen Neal has been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in the Early Career category for 2015
Associate Professor Megan Cassidy-Welch has received a Discovery Project Grant from the Australian Research Council for her project “Atrocity in warfare: a social and cultural history”.
CMRS member Kathleen Neal is among medievalists from across the globe who contributed to a new history book for children, Medieval Lego, by Greyson Beights
Join us, belatedly, to celebrate and launch Med-Ren’s own Tomas Zahora’s recent book, Nature, Virtue and … Continue reading Official Launch: Tomas Zahora “Nature, Virtue and the Limits of Encyclopedic Knowledge’
Bill Kent Prato HDR Research Scholarship/ Fellowship is now open. More details are online now!
Professor Susan Broomhall of UWA and the Centre for the History of Emotions has been appointed the inaugural CMRS Visiting Senior Scholar
First year medieval history students are out to bust some myths about the middle ages and educate a general audience about the real medieval past! Posters, videos and podcasts went on display at the hugely-enjoyable inaugural Medieval Expo.
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 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.
Icelandic Online PLUS is an 8-week online course open to all those interested in Icelandic language and culture. Especially relevant to any students considering higher study in Norse and Icelandic culture.
All students and staff are invited as guests of Monash University to hear from one of … Continue reading Public Lecture: Maurizio Seracini, The Investigation and Preservation of Art History
Fons Luminis has extended its deadline for proposals for the forthcoming edition. CMRS Postrgads may be interested.
CMRS scholars will be well represented at the Leeds IMC in 2014. Session and paper details here!
McDevitt Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies NEH Research Fellowships at Saint Louis University are now open.
The CMRS met in late February to hear from five current postgraduate researchers about their latest work before the business of semester set in for 2014.