Primary Source Symposium
Please join us for the CMEMS Fall social next Thursday, September 29th at 4.30 PM in the Terrace Room of Margaret Jacks Hall. It will be an occasion for the CMEMS community to celebrate the beginning of the academic year and to get to know each other. Food and drinks will be served.
Applications are open for the 2023 Rome Archive Seminar. This seminar is designed to introduce Ph.D. students from across the humanities to the unique primary sources available in Rome.
The CMEMS team is pleased to announce that the recipients for the Summer 2022 round of the Graduate Student Grants are Graylin Harrison (Art History) and Rebekka Gründel (German Studies).
Thursday, October 6, 2022. 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Pigott Hall, Room 252
What does Troy matter? An ancient city and its significance for courtly culture and literature in the Middle Ages…
Workshops and Research Groups
CMEMS sponsors or co-sponsors a wide range of workshops and research groups that cohere into a stimulating program of opportunities for students and faculty to engage in focused discussion and debate
- CMEMS Weekly Workshop
- Speculum Reading Group
- Medieval and Early Modern Paleography Workshop