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Archive of the posts written by author : Alexa Amore.

Alexa Amore (Medieval Studies) returns from walking the Camino de Santiago

Every year, students at Fordham University have the unique opportunity to walk the Camino de Santiago through…

CMS Sends Off the Medieval Studies MA Class of 2016 with Farewell Conference!

The Center for Medieval Studies threw a farewell party and conference for our graduating Master’s students on…

Fordham Students Participate in Parchment Making Workshop at Pergamena

On Saturday, April 16, a group of Medieval Studies graduate students, along with undergraduate students…

In the glasing y-wroght: Medieval Glass as Material Medium and Message

The 2016 Harvard Medieval Material Culture Lectures and Workshops were held Monday, April 4- through…

Heather Hill (Medieval Studies) Presents at North Carolina State University’s Graduate Student History Conference

On Saturday, April 2, Medieval Studies MA Heather Hill presented a paper at North Carolina…

Review: Master Class on Medieval Maps with Paul Harvey

In conjunction with the Center for Medieval Studies’ recent Oxford Outremer Map Colloquium, Paul Harvey…

Review: Manuscript as Medium: 36th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies

The 36th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies took place this past 5-6…

Review: Fordham at the Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America

What happens when several hundred medievalists from all different fields gather in one place for…

Graduate students Alex Profaci and David Smigen-Rothkopf collaborate with television producer on “Lords of the Darkness”

Last semester, Medieval Studies students David Smigen-Rothkopf and Alexander Profaci worked with Julian Hobbs, former…

Week in Review: Dee Dyas (University of York) delivers lecture on Medieval Pilgrimage

What was it actually like to be a pilgrim at a shrine in the Middle…