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Archive of posts published in the category: Manuscript Studies

Fordham Students on Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, Wonders

Fordham graduate students recently had the opportunity to participate in a class coinciding with the…

Fordham Medieval Students and Faculty Present at Kalamazoo

  This past weekend (May 10-13) was the 53rd Annual International Conference of Medieval Studies…

Thomas Madden Talks Towers and Texts at Fordham

The Center for Medieval Studies had the privilege of hosting Professor Thomas Madden from Saint…

John D. Niles Brings Old English Manuscripts and Medicines to Fordham

Medieval Studies kicked off its 2017 event series with a visit from a world renowned…

Alisa Beer Holds Manuscript Encoding Workshop at Columbia

Alisa Beer (PhD, History) was fortunate enough to hold an internship with Consuelo Dutschke at…

Frank Coulson Lectures on a Fragment of an Ovid Translation by Giovanni de Virgilio in the Walsh Library

This past 27 April, Dr. Frank Coulson of Ohio State University gave a lecture on…

Medieval Studies MA Students Inducted to Jesuit Honors Society

On April 7th, Michael Weldon (MA, Medieval Studies) and Kevin Vogelaar (MA, Medieval Studies) were…

Student Spotlight: David Pedersen Receives Teaching Position

David Pedersen is a PhD candidate in English and Medieval Studies at Fordham University. His…

Parchment Making Workshop at Pergamena, 5 November

This past 5th of November, Dr. Hafner brought both her Manuscript Culture class and a…

Rebecca Bartels Recounts A Lecture Given by Consuelo Dutschke at Colombia University

On October 28th, students of Dr. Hafner’s Manuscript Culture class attended a lecture at the…