MS 61, fol 1v, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

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  • 4 Jan 2022 2:23 PM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    Remember that proposals for our "Mardis Médiévaux" annual meeting are due Jan. 15, 2022, as are submissions for the Boyle Dissertation Prize!

    Souvenez-vous du 15 janvier, 2022! C'est la date limite de soumettre les propositions pour notre rencontre annuelle, "Mardis Médiévaux," et  aussi la date limite des soumissions pour notre prix Boyle (thèse de doctorat).

  • 8 Nov 2021 2:10 PM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    In collaboration with the Bodleian Libraries, the New Chaucer Society supports one or two one month (30 day) research visits by a member of the New Chaucer Society to the Special Collections of the Bodleian Library in the University of Oxford. Applications will be considered from candidates eligible for an Early Career Fellowship on any topic in the study of literature and culture in the age of Chaucer.

    The award is £1,800 for an applicant based in the UK or the Republic of Ireland and £1,900 for other international applicants. The successful applicant will also be able to claim travel expenses (cheapest available option).

    For more information: https://newchaucersociety.org/page/bodleianresearchfellowships

  • 18 Oct 2021 2:37 PM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    (Le français suit) Signed and Sealed: The Rise of the Charter in Medieval Scotland is a free online exhibition organized by the University of Guelph’s Centre for Scottish Studies. It is being launched with some brief talks and a keynote address by CSM Member Cynthia Neville on Nov. 6, 2021, 10-11:30am EDT. To attend the launch and/or the exhibition, sign up at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/signed-and-sealed-the-rise-of-the-charter-in-medieval-scotland-tickets-174360586207

    Signed and Sealed: The Rise of the Charter in Medieval Scotland est une exposition en ligne gratuite organisée par le Centre d'études écossaises de l'Université de Guelph. Le lancement de l'exposition sera accompagné de quelques brèves présentations et d'un discours d'ouverture prononcé par Cynthia Neville, membre de la SCM, le 6 novembre 2021, de 10 h à 11 h 30 HAE. Pour assister au lancement et/ou à l'exposition, inscrivez-vous sur le site : https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/signed-and-sealed-the-rise-of-the-charter-in-medieval-scotland-tickets-174360586207

  • 24 Sep 2021 11:10 AM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    In lieu of our annual Atlantic Medieval and Early Modern Group conference, I am delighted to announce that we will be hosting Professor Nicholas Terpstra (Univ. of Toronto) for a virtual lecture entitled:

    “Race, Gender, and the Politics of Enclosure in Early Modern Siena 

    on

    7 October 2021 at 4pm (Atlantic)

    (Zoom link to be distributed in the days before the talk; please contact rraiswell@upei.ca )

    Abstract: In spring 1572, Siena’s military governor had two pressing issues on his plate:  getting the Jews of the city and surrounding towns into a ghetto on instructions from Tuscany’s Grand Duke Cosimo I, and enclosing the tertiary nuns of 7 hitherto open convents on instructions from Pope Pius V.  Both Jews and nuns hotly resisted these moves.  Why were authorities pushing for enclosure, how did the resistance play out, and what explains the very different outcomes in the years following?

    Do please join us for what promises to be a very stimulating talk. 

    I look forwards to seeing everyone online on 7 October—and then again, in person, next autumn.

    Sincerely,

    Richard Raiswell

     

    Dept. of History,

    Univ. of PEI

    550 University Ave.,

    Charlottetown, PEI

    C1A 4P3

    rraiswell@upei.ca

  • 24 Sep 2021 11:06 AM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    Le Séminaire interdisciplinaire de l’Institut d’études anciennes et médiévales

    Programmation—Automne 2021*

    La plupart des conférences se tiendront sur Zoom (liens à venir)

    Vendredi 15 octobre, 15h30-17h30

    Tim Whitmarsh, Université de Cambridge, « Lucian and the Philosophico-Religious Criticism »

     

    Vendredi 14 au 16 octobre

    Dans le cadre de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en antiquité critique et modernité émergente, de l’IÉAM et du GRANT

    Colloque, « L’esprit critique dans l’Antiquité. Renouveau culturel et postures critiques à l’époque impériale et dans l’Antiquité tardive »


    Vendredi 5 novembre, 15h30-16h30

    Dans le cadre des conférenciers de l’association des études classiques du Canada

    Lea Stirling, Université du Manitoba, « Women Real and Imagined in Roman-era North Africa: Graves, Inscriptions, Finds, and Images from Leptiminus (Lamta, Tunisia) »

     

    Vendredi 19 novembre, 15h30-17h30

    Alexis Pinchard, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, « Les mots de passe pour l’au-delà dans le contexte orphique et dans les Veda »

     

    Vendredi 26 novembre, 15h30-17h30

    Jean-Daniel Dubois, École Pratique des Hautes Études, « Les Actes de Pilate : un nouveau projet d’édition de la version copte »

      

  • 16 Sep 2021 1:18 PM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    Need ideas about "Knowledge Mobilization" or "Graduate Student Training" for your SSHRCC application? Check out our roundtable recording on those topics for inspiration! Available to CSM members at: https://www.canadianmedievalists.org/page-18135 (log in for access)

    Cherchez-vous des idées pour la "mobilisation des connaissances" pour votre application CRSH cet automne? Voyez l'enregistrement de notre table ronde "Knowledge Mobilization? Medieval Studies, Outreach and Teaching"! Disponisble ici pour nos membres (il faut s'identifier pour y accéder sur le site web)

  • 9 Sep 2021 8:08 AM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    Le Centre d’études médiévales de l’Université de Montréal reprend ses activités : son cycle de conférences pour l’année 2021-2022 débute le lundi 13 septembre 2021.

    Si les directives de la Santé publique le permettent, nous pourrons nous retrouver dès lundi 13 septembre, à 16 heures, dans la grande salle au 3e étage du Carrefour des arts et des sciences (C-3061), qui offre une bonne distanciation.

    Pour celles et ceux qui préféreront participer à distance ou y seront obligés, il suffira de le faire par le biais de la plateforme numérique, en appuyant sur le lien inclus dans le mot Zoom que vous lisez sur l’affiche  ci-jointe. 

    Consultez le programme ici: https://littfra.umontreal.ca/public/FAS/littfra/Images/Evenements/Contamination_2021-2022.pdf

  • 9 Sep 2021 7:42 AM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    (le français suit)

    Congratulations to Emma-Catherine Wilson, who has been awarded the 2021 M.J. Toswell Prize for her paper "Medieval Used Books, Bought, Borrowed, and Bequeathed: BL Royal MS 14 E iii and the Dispersal of the French Royal Library," presented at the CSM Medieval Mondays Conference. This prize is awarded for the best student presentation at the CSM annual meeting. Emma-Catherine is currently completing her M.A. in English at the University of Ottawa under the supervision of Professor Andrew Taylor.

    Félicitations à Emma-Catherine Wilson, qui remporte le prix M. J. Toswell 2021 pour sa présentation «Medieval Used Books, Bought, Borrowed, and Bequeathed: BL Royal MS 14 E iii and the Dispersal of the French Royal Library », faite lors des Lundis Médiévaux 2021 de la SCM. Ce prix reconnaît la meilleure présentation par un.e. étudiant.e de troisième cycle à la rencontre annuelle de la SCM. Emma-Catherine termine actuellement sa maîtrise en anglais à l'Université d'Ottawa sous la direction du professeur Andrew Taylor.
  • 2 Sep 2021 1:14 PM | Marc Cels (Administrator)

    The Medieval Academy of America is sponsoring this fall's meeting of CARMEN: The Worldwide Medieval Network.

    You still have time to register!


    Join us on 3-5 September for the 2021 CARMEN meeting,

    "The Middle Ages in the Americas,"

    co-hosted online by the Medieval Academy of America and

    the Harvard University Committee on Medieval Studies.


    The theme for this year’s CARMEN meeting highlights the North American venue, and is meant to encourage scholarly conversation on the rich history of Medieval Studies in the Western hemisphere as well as the myriad ways in which “the medieval” has been portrayed and appropriated within the art, architecture, literature, and popular culture of the Americas. Plenary lectures will be delivered by Cord Whitaker (Wellesley College) and Laura Cleaver (School of Advanced Studies, University of London).


    The Program and free registration are available here:

    https://arc-humanities.org/carmen/annual-meeting/

  • 23 Aug 2021 5:01 PM | Marc Cels (Administrator)

    Medieval devotional objects are on exhibit at Toronto's Art Gallery of Ontario. Read about in this recent article:

    https://www.catholicregister.org/features/arts/item/33385-medieval-prayer-comes-alive-at-ago-exhibit

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