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Apr 29 2016
Thursday, 10:00am Research Resources (Session 33; Schneider 1355) Kathleen M. Smith and Sarah Forzetting, "The View from the Library: What We Talk About When We Talk about Medieval Studies"   1016: Year of Three Kings (Session 38; Bernhard 158) Elaine M. Treharne, "Cnut, 'Pius et Religiosus Rex...
Mar 31 2016
Mar. 30 Stephen Spiess (Thinking Matters Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University) “The (Un)Making of English Whoredom: Language, Prostitution, and Knowledge in the Age of Shakespeare”    Apr. 6 Heather Wolfe (Curator of Manuscripts and Archivist, Folger Shakespeare Library) “Early Modern...
Mar 16 2016
Call for Papers 2016 Conference of the Texas Medieval Association September 23–25, 2016 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas  Proposals on all topics in medieval studies are invited for TEMA 2016. Abstracts of individual papers and...
Feb 18 2016 | Website
We are thrilled to announce that our new site is now live:  French Renaissance Paleography  A Newberry Library Project  https://paleography.library.utoronto.ca/ 
Jan 20 2016
2016 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute "Teaching the Reformation After Five Hundred Years" hosted by the Meeter Center. Colleagues at US colleges and universities who are teaching or will be teaching any aspect of the Reformation are invited to apply for one of the twenty-five...

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