The Stanford Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS) is a multidisciplinary community working together to reveal new perspectives on medieval and early modern studies.

As we wrap up the year and head into the summer, it is time to think about scheduling for next year. Should you be interested in presenting, or have a visitor to recommend to CMEMS, please contact CMEMS (cmemsinfo [at] stanford.edu) or Johannes Junge Ruhland (jmjr [at] stanford.edu) to let us know. We especially invite presentations from advanced graduate students here at Stanford. 

Upcoming Events

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Past Events

Date
Wednesday, January 12, 2022. 12:00pm - 1:15pm

"Voices on parchment: who speaks in French historiographical multi-text manuscripts? (Paris, BnF fr. 821 and 1450)"

Date
Wednesday, December 1, 2021. 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Location
THIS IS AN HYBRID EVENT
PIGOTT HALL, ROOM 252/ZOOM

Title 

The Dynamic Architextuality of the Medieval Manuscript

Hands on History: Secrets of Craft and Nature from the Making and Knowing Lab
Date
Thursday, November 11, 2021. 4:30pm
Location
Zoom link:
https://stanford.zoom.us/j/94213769323?pwd=TVNOVWRvZlplcm85bmNEUExOaWxwUT09

Pamela H. Smith of Columbia University, in concert with the Program in History & Philosophy of Science at Stanford University will present on…

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