Visiting Scholar Prof Zyg Baranski speaks on “Language as sin and salvation in Dante: Inferno XVIII”, 10 October, 11am.
Associate Professor Peter Howard, Director of the CMRS, was recognised with the Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching award in 2013
The Bill Kent fellowships allowing Monash HDR students in Medieval & Renaissance Studies to work in Europe in Nov-Dec are now open.
Now open: up to 10 $4000 travel bursaries for Australian students of Italian descent undertaking a Monash credit-bearing study program in Italy. Closing 31 Oct 2014.
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
Study Abroad Unit The Renaissance in Florence is now open for registration. Also open: a Medieval France unit through University of Wollongong.
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.
Congratulations to Hannah Viney, winner of the First Year Essay Prize in History for 2013.
Samuel Baudinette reports on the recent Prato Consortium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Postgraduate Workshop
Postgraduate students from across the Prato Consortium will be taking part in a workshop at Monash Prato this week.
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
Congratulations to CMRS member Emma Nicholls, who recently submitted her MA thesis on a cultural history of silk in Renaissance Florence
PhD student Luke Bancroft reports on a recent conference hosted jointly at Monash Prato and Harvard’s Villa I Tatti in Florence
A cross-campus conference on Language Interactions in Early Modern Europe this week at Harvard’s Villa I Tatti (21 November) and Monash Prato (22 November).
CMRS members & associates have been successful in the recent ARC Project Grant round. Congrats to Megan Cassidy-Welch and Jacqui Broad!
A number of 3-month, Craig Hugh Smyth Visiting Fellowships are now available at Harvard’s Villa I Tatti. Apply by 1 Feb 2014
The annual Bill Kent Memorial Lecture will be delivered in Prato by John Henderson (Birkbeck College) on Monday 9 December at 6pm, on the topic of “Plague, Putrefaction and the Body of the Poor in Early Modern Florence”
‘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.
This year’s Bill Kent Prato HDR Research Fellowships are announced