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Workshops and Research Groups
CMEMS sponsors and co-sponsors a wide range of workshops and research groups at Stanford!
Each of the research groups provide a range of possibilities for students and faculty to engage in discussion and debate about medieval and early modern scholarship.
- The focal point of CMEMS, this lunchtime workshop exists to engage the interdisciplinary cohort of medieval and early modern scholars at Stanford in an ongoing discussion and collaboration.
- Organizing research workshops, reading groups, and medieval Latin lessons, this workshop serves graduate students at Stanford on any aspect of the Middle Ages broadly understood.
- Centered around the leading medieval studies journal Speculum, this student-faculty group meets quarterly to discuss the latest issues in medieval studies.
- Using Stanford University Library Special Collections' collection of medieval and early modern sources, this faculty-graduate workshop meets monthly to transcribe unpublished medieval and early modern sources.
Graduate Research Funding
CMEMS is proud to offer Research and Travel Grants to PhD students and candidates to support their research, either pre-dissertation or dissertational work.