Ce qui suit est une liste fournie, quoique non exhaustive, des groupes académiques américains qui se consacrent aux études médiévales. Ces sociétés et ces associations sont généralement organisées régionalement ou thématiquement. Tous les groupes mentionnés ci-dessous maintiennent une présence sur le web et participent activement à la communauté savante par des conférences, de la recherche et/ou des publications.
The Medieval Academy of America, founded in 1925, is the largest professional organization in the world devoted to medieval studies. Its goal is the support of research, publication, and teaching in medieval art, archaeology, history, law, literature, music, philosophy, religion, science, social and economic institutions, and all other aspects of the Middle Ages. Any person interested in the Middle Ages is eligible for membership. Since 1926, the Academy has published quarterly volumes of Speculum, the first scholarly journal in North America devoted exclusively to the Middle Ages.
Established in 1979, the DVMA draws scholars from the tri-state area surrounding Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and including parts of Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey.
Founded in 1977, members of MAM largely encompass Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky.
The Medieval Association of the Pacific is an organization of university faculty, students, and independent scholars from around the Pacific Rim, including North America, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. The Association was founded in 1966 and has a distinguished history of supporting interdisciplinary medieval studies through its annual conference and its journal Chronica.
Founded in 1977, members of MAMA hail largely from Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
The ACS, founded in 1983, promotes the study of Nicholas of Cusa (1401-1464), one of the most illustrious figures of the fifteenth century. Trained as a canonist, he first made his mark in political thought. Later, Nicholas became a papal envoy, a cardinal and an original speculative thinker.
De Re Militari : The Society for Medieval Military History
See also Medieval England, Societies
The Haskins Society is an international scholarly organization dedicated to the study of Viking, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman, and early Angevin history as well as the history of neighboring areas and peoples.
Alain Chartier (c. 1392–c. 1430) was a French poet and political writer and served as clerk, notary, and financial secretary to Charles VII.
The IMS, founded in 1985, is devoted to the study, criticism, performance, research, and exchange of ideas related to all aspects of the works of the poet and composer Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377) and their manuscript and performance traditions.
Platinum Latinum, founded in 1998, values philology and the close study of texts in the original Latin and seeks to promote the study of Latin by authors from late antiquity onwards, both the "high" and the "low," the technical and the literary.