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Archive of posts published in the category: Medieval Studies

Fall 2018 Collegium Concert: Flowers of the Trecento

Galina Krasskova, grad student and performer, writes of Collegium’s Thursday, November 29 performance: Thursday, November…

Fordham Medieval Studies at the Fort Tryon Medieval Festival, this Sunday, September 30 11:30 AM-6:00 PM

The Center for Medieval Studies at Fordham University feels even more medieval than usual this…

What a year! (2017-2018 Edition)

Time has flown by, and we’re saying goodbye to many of our students who have…

Gardening at The Met Cloisters

At the northern edge of Manhattan, nestled atop a hill in peaceful, leafy Fort Tryon…

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…

A Comparative Celebration of Eastern and Western Easter Traditions

On April 1st of this year, approximately 1.2 billion people celebrated Easter in the Catholic…

Reading [Latin] is Fun[damental]!

If there’s one skill that’s crucial for medievalists, it’s the ability to read Latin confidently…

Fordham Collegium’s First Performance

The Collegium Musicum Fordhamense had its first pop-up performance, “Voices of English Praise,” on Thursday…