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Archive of posts published in the tag: manuscript studies

A Medievalist’s Summer Adventures: Michael Weldon in Ireland and Brittany

Summer is a time when students in the MA in Medieval History explore further aspects…

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…

2017 Compatible Careers Talk and Workshop

This past 11 April, the Center for Medieval Studies hosted its annual “Compatible Careers” event. …

37th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies: Part 2

Our coverage of the 37th Annual Conference continues! Read on for more.

37th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies: Part 1

This past 25 March, the Center held its 37th Annual Conference of the Center for…

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…

Katherine Briant Curates Book Viewing at the Mertz Library, NYBG

On September 30th, Katherine Briant of Fordham’s Center for Medieval Studies curated a viewing of…

Richard Gyug Publishes His Newest Book

This past 15 August, PIMS published, as part of the Studies and Texts series, Richard…