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    The United States is home to more than thirty different centers and institutes that promote medieval studies across the disciplines with conferences, workshops, publications and graduate and undergraduate degree programs. Focus here is given to institutions with a broad national or international aspect that work beyond the boundaries of their own own college or university to create a broader community of academic scholarship.

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    Jeff HARTMAN, 28 September 2010
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    Connecticut

    - University of Connecticut
    Medieval Studies Program
    215 Glenbrook Road, Unit 4025
    Storrs, CT 06269-4025
    Phone: (860) 486-1522
    Fax: (860) 486-1530
    Email: uconn.medieval.studies@gmail.com

    The Medieval Studies Program at the University of Connecticut offers coursework leading to the interdisciplinary degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Medieval Studies. The Medieval Studies Program was established over thirty-five years ago by Charles A. Owen, Jr., Fred Cazel, and Steve McGrade, professors of English, History, and Philosophy, respectively. UConn’s interdisciplinary Medieval Studies program is the only one of its kind at a public institution in the northeast which grants both the M.A. and the Ph.D.

    - Yale University
    Medieval Studies Program
    P.O. Box 208298
    New Haven, CT 06520-8298
    Email: medieval.studies@yale.edu
    Email Program Administrator: janice.zocher@yale.edu

    The Medieval Studies Program at Yale University supports graduate fellowships, offers a fully developed selection of graduate courses, and sponsors lectures, colloquia, and special events throughout the academic year. The Yale Lectures in Medieval Studies bring truly outstanding medievalists to campus.

    Florida

    - University of Florida
    Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    263a Dauer Hall
    Phone: (203) 273-3780
    Email Will Hasty: hastyt@ufl.edu

    Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) at UF is an interdisciplinary forum for the study of medieval and early modern European culture and its influences on the modern world. This approach addresses the distinctive forms of cultural organization in the Middle Ages and Early Modern periods; the study necessarily crosses departmental boundaries.

    Massachusetts

    - Boston College
    The Institute of Medieval Philosophy and Theology
    Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
    Phone: (617) 552-0436

    The Institute sponsors speakers programs and a faculty-student seminar to investigate new areas of medieval philosophical and theological research, and runs a research center to assist in the publication of monographs and articles in the diverse areas of medieval philosophy and theology. The research center also encourages the translation of medieval sources and the editing of philosophical and theological texts.

    - Brandeis University
    The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
    Rabb 259, MS 055
    415 South Street
    Waltham, MA 02453
    Phone: (781) 736-3498
    Kathryn Howell, Program Administrator: kathryn@brandeis.edu

    The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program provides students with a broad introduction to the development of Western civilization from the end of antiquity to the 17th century. It is founded on the principle that an interdisciplinary perspective is the most profitable way to gain an understanding of the formation of early modern Europe.

    In order to develop a multifaceted picture of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, all students select one of two core courses in history, and they are encouraged to explore a variety of disciplinary perspectives provided by various national literatures, fine arts and philosophy. The exact balance of these approaches depends on a student’s interest. The program offers a useful complement to many concentrations, and it is a good foundation for graduate study in a variety of fields.

    - Harvard University
    The Standing Committee on Medieval Studies
    485 Broadway
    Cambridge, MA 02138
    medieval@fas.harvard.edu

    The Standing Committee on Medieval Studies exists in order to promote and coordinate work on medieval subjects throughout the University, including Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. As a program committee within the Faculty of Arts and Science, it mounts a number of undergraduate and graduate courses each year, and coordinates a Secondary Field in Medieval Studies for PhD students and a Secondary Field in Medieval Studies for undergraduates. Although Harvard offers no PhD specificially in Medieval Studies, the committee has the authority to administer interdisciplinary PhDs in liaison with a regular departmental program. Working in cooperation with the graduate student Medieval Society, it also sponsors events and activities of interest to medievalists.

    - University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    The Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies
    P.O. Box 2300
    Amherst, MA 01004
    Email: renaissance@english.umass.edu

    The Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies is an internationally leading center for the study of the culture and achievements of the Renaissance period (1400-1700). It is home to the scholarly journals English Literary Renaissance and The Sidney Journal.

    New Jersey

    - Princeton University
    Program in Medieval Studies
    207 Scheide Caldwell House
    Princeton, New Jersey 08544
    Phone: (609) 258-4086
    Fax: (609) 258-6866
    medieval@princeton.edu

    The Program includes faculty, professional staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students from almost all of the Humanities departments at the University, and faculty and visiting members of the Institute for Advanced Study. The Program in Medieval Studies offers a Certificate in Medieval Studies for A.B. students, and sponsors several colloquia, seminars, and a conference for graduate students.

    New York

    - Binghamton University
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    State University of New York
    PO Box 6000
    Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
    cemers@binghamton.edu

    Founded in 1966, Binghamton University’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CEMERS) initially built its international reputation on its contributions to interdisciplinary research on the European Middle Ages and early Renaissance. The Center organized the first of many conferences in 1967 and began publishing their proceedings in 1974 in the journal Acta.

    In 1975 CEMERS started publishing the interdisciplinary journal Mediaevalia, which continues to enjoy a circulation world-wide. In 1977, with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, it established the Medieval Studies Program for undergraduates, which allowed Binghamton University students to build an interdisciplinary major or minor under the supervision of the Center’s Director. A Graduate Certificate Program in Medieval Studies was established shortly thereafter. In 1978, the Center launched MRTS, the Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies series which, in association with CEMERS, published over 150 volumes between 1978 and 1996.

    - City University of New York
    The Medieval Studies Certificate Program
    365 Fifth Avenue
    The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
    New York, NY 10016
    Telephone: (212) 817-8124
    Fax: (212) 817-1528
    Email Assistant Program Officer, Mary Frisque: mfrisque@gc.cuny.edu

    Students of the Middle Ages at the Graduate School and University Center may undertake an interdisciplinary concentration in Medieval Studies available to anyone enrolled in the Ph.D. Program in Art History, Comparative Literature, English, French, Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures, History, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, or Theatre. Students who complete the requirements of the interdisciplinary concentration receive, when the Ph.D. in the major field is conferred, a Certificate in Medieval Studies.

    - Columbia University
    Interdepartmental Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    602 Philosophy Hall (attn: Alan Stewart) MC 4927
    New York, NY 10027
    Email: medren@columbia.edu

    Columbia University offers undergraduate, M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Medieval & Renaissance Studies, taught by the affiliated faculty of the Interdepartmental Committee on Medieval & Renaissance Studies. There are numerous lectures, special interest groups, concerts, and other activities organized by programs affiliated with Medieval & Renaissance Studies at Columbia University.

    - Cornell University
    Cornucopia: Graduate Program in Medieval Studies
    259 Goldwin Smith Hall
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14853-3201
    Phone: (607) 255-8545
    Email: medievalst@cornell.edu

    The Graduate Program in Medieval Studies at Cornell University has been in existence for over 40 years. It was founded in 1966 to enable students to pursue a degree in Medieval Studies that would provide an opportunity for in-depth study of the Middle Ages from an interdisciplinary perspective.

    - Fordham University
    Center for Medieval Studies
    FMH 405, Fordham University
    Bronx, NY 10458
    Phone: (718) 817-4655
    Fax: (718) 817-3987
    Email: medievals@fordham.edu

    The Medieval Studies program was founded in 1971 to promote the interdisciplinary study of the Middle Ages through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham. By the late 1970s, the program had grown to include an undergraduate element and was housed in the Center for Medieval Studies, which has become one of Fordham’s most active and well-known centers of advanced study. The integrated interdisciplinary approach to the Middle Ages is a natural extension of Fordham’s long-standing commitment to the study of this crucial historical period, which has attracted some of the University’s most distinguished faculty and students. Through such activities as its lecture series, annual conferences, web sites, newsletters, regular social gatherings, and participation in the New York City Doctoral Consortium, the Center for Medieval Studies provides a community of scholarship for all those interested in the middle ages.

    Digital projects at Fordham’s CMS include:
    Internet Medieval Sourcebook
    Online Medieval Sources Bibliography
    The French of England
    The French of Italy
    The French of Outremer
    The Latin Works of John Wyclif
    Magazine Stacks
    Society for Beneventan Studies
    The Venerable Blog

    - International Center of Medieval Art
    The Cloisters
    Fort Tryon Park
    New York, NY 10040
    (212) 928-1146
    Email: icma@medievalart.org

    The International Center of Medieval Art was formed are to promote and encourage the study, understanding, and appreciation of the visual arts of the Middle Ages produced in Europe, the Mediterranean region, and the Slavic world, during the period between ca. 300 and ca. 1500 C.E. ; and to this end to sponsor and otherwise support study, teaching, conferences, exhibitions, displays, and publications devoted to medieval art and culture.

    - New York University
    Medieval and Renaissance Center
    19 University Place, Room 219
    New York, NY 10003
    Phone: (212) 998-8698
    Fax: (212) 995-4685
    Email: mar.center@nyu.edu

    The Medieval and Renaissance Center (MARC) promotes interdisciplinary learning and research in the history, institutions, languages, literatures, thought, faith, art, and music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The Center offers an undergraduate academic program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, a series of evening events that bring eminent medievalists and early modernists to the NYU campus, an annual conference each Spring, and it also supports both undergraduate and graduate student associations. Its largest aim is to provide an intellectual center for medieval and early modern studies at NYU, fostering collaboration and scholarly conversation, drawing not only on the university’s own outstanding resources, but on the superb libraries, museums, and collections in the New York area.

    - Siena College
    Convivium Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    515 Loudon Rd
    Loudonville NY 12211-1492
    Phone: (518) 783-2325
    Fax: (518) 782-6548
    Email Karen Sonnelitter: ksonnelitter@siena.edu

    Founded in 1999, Convivium is a multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural academic center focused on the study of medieval and early modern life, in association with a range of departments and programs at Siena College, an independent liberal arts college that follows the Franciscan tradition. The Center’s activities cover a period roughly from 400 C.E., the fall of the Roman Empire, to 1700 C.E. Convivium offers students the opportunity to do individual research and to take courses with faculty who are nationally active in medieval and early modern studies across a variety of disciplines. Convivium also fosters a regional community of teacher-scholars, attracts visiting fellows and scholars to Siena, enriches Siena’s Library, and sponsors an annual conference and a program of publications.

    - St. Bonaventure University
    Franciscan Institute
    3261 West State Road
    St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
    Email Director of Operations: gmaciag@sbu.edu

    The Franciscan Institute was originally founded as an international center of research on the Franciscan intellectual tradition with the highest standards of scholarly production.

    - TEAMS: the Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages

    TEAMS was originally founded as a committee of the Medieval Academy of America to develop new ways to support the teaching activities of its members. It was later re-organized as an independent nonprofit educational corporation whose mission continues to be the support of teaching in medieval studies at the undergraduate, secondary, and elementary school level through the provision of resources and the sharing of techniques.

    The TEAMS Middle English Texts are published for TEAMS (The Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages) in association with the University of Rochester by Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. The texts are made available on space donated by the University of Rochester Library by permission of the Executive Committee of TEAMS and The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University.

    See the rubric Middle English Texts for more information.

    North Carolina

    - Duke University
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    351 Trent Hall
    Duke University Box 90656
    Durham, NC 27708
    Phone: 919-681-8883
    Fax: 919-681-9298
    Email: CMRS@duke.edu

    Duke University has been a major center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies for over fifty years. Duke University collaborates on many projects with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University in the Joint Program for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

    Throughout this history, Duke University has established itself as an important international center for interdisciplinary medieval and Renaissance studies. The University has over forty distinguished faculty in ten different departments. All faculty participate in the University Program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, which is the academic unit of the Center. The program itself offers an undergraduate major and minor within Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, and a certificate of graduate study within the Graduate School. The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies also publishes The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

    - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    552 Hamilton Hall
    CB# 3195
    Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3195
    Phone: (919) 962-1109
    Fax: (919) 962-1143
    Email Coordinator Nancy Gray Schoonmaker: nancys@email.unc.edu

    Founded in 2007 with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) at UNC-Chapel Hill forms an interdisciplinary community of scholars and students, featuring more than sixty faculty members across ten departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, joined by dozens of graduate students working in premodern fields and undergraduates pursuing the MEMS minor.

    MEMS first emerged from Chapel Hill’s traditional strengths in the study of the European Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, and other early modern fields, ranging from Shakespeare to Baroque art, from the crusades to the seventeenth-century wars of religion, from medieval Latin philosophers to the French thinkers of the Enlightenment. Recognizing and valuing the contributions of medieval and early modern Europe to the origins of what is commonly called Western civilization, the MEMS program seeks to support and enhance our understanding of the premodern world in its European context from the fragmentation of the Roman Empire through the eighteenth century.

    In addition to supporting the research and writing of faculty and graduate students, the MEMS program hosts numerous lectures, seminars, and conferences at UNC-Chapel Hill, elevating the university’s profile for scholarship on the medieval and early modern eras. In addition, the program has forged collaborative international links with equivalent programs at King’s College London and the Freie Universität in Berlin.

    Pennsylvania

    - Pennsylvania State University
    Center for Medieval Studies
    S 327 Burrowes Bldg
    University Park, PA 16802
    Fax: 814-863-8349
    Email Program Director Benjamin Hudson: bth1@psu.edu
    Email Asst. Director Steven Walton: saw23@psu.edu

    The Center for Medieval Studies at Penn State promotes research and study in the Middle Ages (c. 500-1500) across different departments and colleges through conferences, symposia, colloquia, and publications. Allied to scholarship is our quest to enhance public appreciation of medieval studies through a variety of outreach programs. The Center is similarly committed to promoting the place of medieval studies on the curriculum at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

    Rhode Island

    - Brown University
    The Program in Medieval Studies
    Box 1905
    Providence, RI 02912
    Phone: (401) 863-1994
    Email: maria_sokolova@brown.edu

    Brown’s Program in Medieval Studies currently offers two concentrations: medieval cultures and late antique cultures. A concentration in medieval cultures focuses on the sixth through the fifteenth centuries and combines interdisciplinary perspectives on this period with in-depth study of one or two related disciplines. Late antique cultures deals with the third through the ninth centuries, when ancient cultural forms were still in place but medieval cultures were beginning to take shape simultaneously.

    Washington, D.C.

    - The Catholic University of America
    Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies
    300 McMahon Hall]
    Washington, DC 20064
    Phone: (202) 319-5794
    Fax: (202) 319-6609
    Email: cua-cmbs@cua.edu

    The Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies at CUA offers a meeting point and active scholarly community for researchers and students of the medieval period. It involves over forty faculty members from various schools and departments and offers an interdisciplinary program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies both at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

    - Georgetown University
    Medieval Studies Program and Center for Medieval Philosophy
    Box 570
    ICC 421A
    Washington, DC 20057
    Phone (202) 687-8260
    Email: goldfrad@georgetown.edu

    The Medieval Studies Program at Georgetown University offers an interdisciplinary undergraduate minor and major focused on the period from roughly the fall of Rome (5th century A.D.) to the year 1500. The Program’s faculty and courses are drawn from 16 different disciplines within the University, with predominant emphasis on the interrelations among art, history, philosophy, and literature. The Center for Medieval Philosophy promotes the study of scholastic medieval philosophy at Georgetown University and in the greater international academic community and supports the work of emerging scholars who demonstrate a passion for the discipline. The Center supports innovative post-doctoral research projects through the granting of one or two fellowships each year.

    - George Washington University
    Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute
    2121 Eye Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20052
    Phone: (202) 994-1000
    Email: jjcohen@gwu.edu

    George Washington University’s MEMSI brings the study of early Europe within a global perspective to students (from undergraduate to doctoral), teachers and researchers, and an interested public. It provides research opportunities and a community of scholars for the Washington, D.C. area.

    Esther LIBERMAN CUENCA, Jeff HARTMAN, Maryanne KOWALESKI , 26 July 2015 | 8 June 2014
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    Arkansas

    - University of Arkansas
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
    Fayetteville, AR 72701
    Phone: (479) 575-5988
    Email Asst. Director Lindsey Zachary: lzachary@uark.edu

    The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program is administered by the Humanities Program. Undergraduate students are encouraged to pursue an interdisciplinary minor exploring all aspects of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. This minor is especially beneficial as a complement to such major fields of study as Classics, English, World Languages and Literatures, History, Philosophy, Music, Art and Architecture. The MRST program also encourages interdepartmental exchanges among graduate students and faculty.

    Illinois

    - Loyola University Chicago
    Medieval Studies Center
    Dept. of History, LT Suite 900
    Loyola University Chicago, WTC
    820 N. Michigan Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60611
    Phone: (312) 915-6526
    Email: tgross@luc.edu

    Medieval Studies has long been one of the outstanding strengths of Loyola University Chicago. The Medieval Studies Committee was formed in 1991 to promote contact among medievalists in several departments. The key to the envisioned community of scholarship was an interdisciplinary lecture series, which would bring specialists in the year’s chosen theme to Loyola. The lecture series was so successful in building community among Loyola’s medievalist faculty and graduate students that it led to the creation of the Medieval Studies minor in 1995-1996; the committee was renamed the Medieval Studies Program to acknowledge its academic status. Recently, it was again renamed the Medieval Studies Center (MSC) to indicate its more wide-ranging activities. Plans to expand both the academic side and the activities side of the program are in progress. While the MSC does not yet offer graduate degrees in Medieval Studies, our graduate students in various departments benefit from the close interaction among the departments and the stimulation of a wide medievalist community including connections with the Newberry Library and its Center for Renaissance Studies.

    - The Newberry Library
    Center for Renaissance Studies
    60 W. Walton St.
    Chicago, IL 60610
    Phone: (312) 943-9090
    Fax: (312) 255-3513
    Email: renaissance@newberry.org

    The Center for Renaissance Studies is organized as a consortium of 49 universities across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom (see a list of current members). Faculty and graduate students from member institutions may apply for travel funding to attend any Center for Renaissance Studies program, to do research at the Newberry Library, or to attend programs or do research at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC. A consortium committee at each member school considers applications and awards funds.

    - Northern Illinois University
    Concentration in Medieval Studies
    1425 W. Lincoln Hwy
    DeKalb, IL 60115-2828
    Email Coordinator Nicole Clifton: nclifton@niu.edu

    The medieval studies concentration offers undergraduates a course of study in medieval culture and civilization. Students in any baccalaureate degree program who have at least sophomore standing and a GPA of 2.00 or better can complete the requirements for a concentration in medieval studies by selecting their general education and elective courses . Students in medieval studies must register with one of the coordinators of medieval studies for approval of the program of study.

    - University of Chicago
    Program in Medieval Studies
    Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
    Wieboldt 205, University of Chicago
    1050 East 59th Street
    Chicago, IL 60637
    Email Daisy Delogu: ddelogu@uchicago.edu

    The undergraduate Program in Medieval Studies offers an interdisciplinary major and minor that allow students to explore the history, philosophy, theology and cultural production of the Middle Ages in an integrated and nuanced fashion, through engagement with a diverse array of textual and material artifacts.

    Indiana

    - Indiana University
    Medieval Studies Institute
    Ballantine Hall 644
    Bloomington, IN 47405
    Phone: (812) 855-8201
    Fax: (812) 855-9535
    Email: mest@indiana.edu

    The Institute administers area certificates and minors in Medieval Studies, coordinates an active schedule of events and colloquia open to the public, and promotes interdisciplinary work among the many Indiana faculty and students engaged in medieval studies.

    - Purdue University
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    Heavilon Hall
    Department of English
    500 Oval Drive
    West Lafayette, IN 47907-2038
    Email Director Shaun F. D. Hughes: pwhite@purdue.edu

    Founded in 1970, the interdepartmental program coordinates things medieval and renaissance at Purdue. These include an undergraduate major and minor and two interdisciplinary courses. MARS hosts the Fall Symposium, in which two distinguished scholars are invited to speak, and it organizes two graduate conferences: the Comitatus Conference for Medieval Studies (usually in February), and the Renaissance Prose Conference (usually in November). Now in its second decade, "MARS Mondays" is a lunch-time lecture series featuring talks by faculty and students that meets typically four times in the Fall and Winter semesters. MARS also cooperates with other IDIS programs such as Comparative Literature and Literature and Film and it is active in Medieval Academy’s CARA (Committee on Centers and Regional Associates). It also sponsors two awards for the best papers on medieval and renaissance topics at the annual Literary Awards contest.

    - University of Notre Dame
    Medieval Institute
    715 Hesburgh Library
    Notre Dame, IN 46556
    Phone: (574) 631-6603
    Fax: (574) 631-8644
    Email: medinst@nd.edu

    Founded in 1946, The Institute coordinates the teaching and research of the largest contingent of medievalists of any North American university. Faculty and students explore together the cultures and experiences of the peoples of the Arab, Jewish, Latin, and Orthodox medieval worlds. The Institute sponsors lectures, conferences, and publications.

    Michigan

    - University of Michigan
    Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    Department of History
    University of Michigan
    1029 Tisch Hall
    435 South State Street
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003
    Phone: (734) 763-2066
    Fax: (734) 647-4881
    Email: telf@umich.edu

    MEMS is an interdisciplinary program, with students and faculty from many departments and degree programs across the university. Among similar programs nationally and internationally, the University of Michigan’s program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies is distinctive because of its global conception—embracing work on the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas as well as Europe, the traditional focus of MEMS scholarship. We cover a similarly broad temporal range, from ca. 500 CE to 1800 CE, that is, late antiquity through the Industrial Revolution (in the European context) and encourage exploration of the cultural range of this period in and across other geographic regions.

    - Western Michigan University
    The Medieval Institute
    1903 W. Michigan Avenue
    Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5432
    Phone: (269) 387-8745
    Fax: (269) 387-8750
    Email: medieval-institute@wmich.edu

    The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University was established in 1962 as a center of instruction and research in the history and culture of the Middle Ages. Its pioneering function then was to introduce the first Master of Arts in Medieval Studies offered at a state-supported university in the United States. The Institute fosters research through the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies and the Richard Rawlinson Center for Anglo-Saxon Studies and Manuscript Research. Medieval Institute Publications publishes series of books, journals, monographs, and critical editions of texts.

    - Western Michigan University
    Institute of Cistercian Studies
    201E Walwood Hall
    1903 West Michigan Avenue
    Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008-5415
    Phone: (269) 387-8920
    Fax: (269) 387-8390
    Email: cistercian-studies@wmich.edu

    The Institute of Cistercian Studies exists to encourage and facilitate research on the history and content of the Cistercian tradition. Founded in 1973 as a cooperative venture by Western Michigan University and Cistercian Publications Inc., the Institute sponsors an annual Cistercian Studies Conference, held in conjunction with the International Congress on Medieval Studies sponsored by The Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University.

    Minnesota

    - University of Minnesota
    Center for Medieval Studies
    302 Nolte Center
    315 Pillsbury Drive SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Phone: (612) 626-0805
    Fax: (612) 626-7735
    Email: cmedst@umn.edu

    The Center for Medieval Studies (CMS), founded in 1988, encourages collegial interaction, scholarly collaboration, and community outreach among faculty and graduate students in all areas of medieval studies. To further these activities the Center offers courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, organizes formal colloquia and informal workshops around specific themes, sponsors guest lectures by local, national and international scholars, organizes conferences on selected interdisciplinary themes, edits conference proceedings and other publications, facilitates graduate and undergraduate student groups, seeks internal and external funding for program development and faculty and student research, works with schools and other educational organizations, and maintains and develops a Medieval Studies library.

    Missouri

    - Drury University
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor
    900 North Benton Avenue
    Springfield, Missouri 65802
    Phone: (417) 873-7387
    Email Director Dr. Shelley Wolbrink: swolbrin@drury.edu

    Drawing on the fields of art, architecture, history, religion, philosophy, and literature, students and faculty will concentrate on the time period in European history from 500 to 1500 C.E. The Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor reflects the interdisciplinary approach of the liberal arts tradition, allowing students to integrate a wide range of disciplines into the knowledge of a single historical period-the Middle Ages.

    - Saint Louis University
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    Humanities Building, Suite 140
    221 North Grand Blvd.
    St. Louis, MO 63103-2097
    Phone: (314) 977-7180
    Fax: (314) 977-3704
    Email: cmrs@slu.edu

    The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies supports, coordinates, and promotes the extraordinary array of scholars, students, and resources devoted to medieval and early modern research at Saint Louis University. One of the largest in America, the Center is home to more than fifty full-time faculty members. By supporting students, conferences, speakers, fellowships, library acquisitions, and professorships the Center enriches the intellectual environment for medievalists and early modernists on campus and across the region.

    - University of Missouri
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
    c/o Department of English
    114 Tate Hall, University of Missouri
    Columbia, MO 65211
    Phone: (573) 882-6421
    Fax: (573) 882-5785
    Email Autumn Dolan: autumn.dolan@gmail.com

    The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program seeks to promote the past as vibrant intellectual subject of study. It is dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary work within departments; to building connections between departments; and to bringing MU in contact with nationally recognized medieval and Renaissance scholars.

    We are a growing and dynamic group of students and faculty who share an interest in these two fascinating periods. On this website you will find links to resources in eleven separate departments, as well as events and programs that bring these departments together, from interdisciplinary minors at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, to professional meetings, campus events, social gatherings, and links to resources outside the university.

    Ohio

    - Ohio State University
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    308 Dulles Hall
    230 W. 17th Ave.
    Columbus, OH 43210-1361
    Phone: (614) 292-7495
    Fax: (614) 292-1599
    Email: cmrs@osu.edu

    The Center was founded in 1965 and continues to host annual conferences and lecture series and to provide funding for faculty, graduate, and undergraduate research. Ohio State University is also host to the Hilandar Research Library (HRL) and the Research Center for Medieval Slavic Studies, which hold millions of folia of manuscript material on microform from more than 100 different private, museum, and library collections in dozens of countries.

    - Ohio State University
    Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies
    119 Thompson Library
    1858 Neil Avenue Mall
    Columbus OH, 43210-1286
    Phone: (614) 292-0634
    Fax: (614) 688-8417
    Emai Hilandar Research Libraryl: hilandar@osu.edu

    Founded in 1984, the Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies (RCMSS), a center of the College of Arts and Sciences, is dedicated to the promotion of medieval Slavic studies. It is associated with the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and together they provide broad interdisciplinary research and academic opportunities for students, graduate students, faculty, and visiting researchers.

    RCMSS has close ties and shares space with the Hilandar Research Library (HRL). Both developed as an outgrowth of the original Hilandar Research Project (1969-1982). RCMSS is a non-national oriented center that promotes Cyrillic-based research. The Center strives to accomplish its goals through the support of HRL preservation and access activities, research, stipends and travel, occasional acquisitions of HRL materials, publication support, and sponsoring conferences, lectures, workshops, etc.

    - University of Toledo
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    College of Language, Literature and Social Sciences
    University Hall 3160
    Toledo, OH 43606
    Phone: (419) 530-2164
    Fax: (419) 530-2157

    This humanities major provides interdisciplinary study of the Medieval and Renaissance civilizations including the Western World, the Byzantine and Islamic worlds, and Late Greco-Roman and Christian Antiquity. It offers formal courses and many possibilities for independent study in art history, English, foreign languages and literature, history, music, philosophy, religion and theatre. The chairperson of the Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies serves as the academic adviser.

    Oklahoma

    - University of Oklahoma
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    780 Van Vleet Oval, Room 206
    Norman, OK 73019
    Email Director Luis Cortest: lcortest@ou.edu

    The center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies brings together interested faculty and students from the University of Oklahoma who specialize in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. The nine-member Steering Committee includes faculty and students from the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Fine Arts. Over the past several years our focus has been on bringing speakers of interest to our campus.

    Tennessee

    - University of Tennessee
    Medieval Studies Program and the MARCO Project (Medieval and Renaissance Curriculum and Outreach)
    McClung Tower, third floor
    Knoxville, TN 37996
    Phone : 865-974-6954
    Fax: 865-974-6926
    Email: marco@utk.edu

    The Marco Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies evolved out of the very successful interdisciplinary program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Prior to the establishment of the Institute, the university already had a long-standing impressive record of attracting accomplished scholars in this field and building important library collections, particularly in the medieval period, and the Institute’s creation provided a physical and academic center for these efforts in scholarship, education, outreach and faculty development.

    In December of 2003, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) issued a highly competitive Challenge Grant to aid the newly created Marco Institute in its upward trajectory to national recognition and excellence. The fundraising program was completed in the summer of 2008, and has provided a $3 million endowment for the Institute to help ensure Marco’s place as the center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in the Southeast.

    Texas

    - Rice University
    Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    Department of Art History - MS 21
    P.O. Box 1892
    Houston, TX 77251-1892
    Phone: (713) 348-6771
    Email Program Director Diane Wolfthal: wolfthal@rice.edu

    Rice University’s Medieval and Early Modern Studies major offers students the opportunity to study a variety of often interrelated medieval civilizations: European, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Asian, from the 4th to the 16th centuries. Our global and interdisciplinary program draws on a broad range of critical approaches and eleven departments - Anthropology, Art History, Classics, English, French Studies, History, Jewish Studies, Music, Philosophy, and Religious Studies.

    - Southern Methodist University
    Medieval Studies Program
    3225 University Boulevard
    Dallas, TX 75275-0432
    Phone: (214) 768-2949
    Fax: (214) 768-1234

    Ranging from the 4th century A.D. to 1485, from Celtic Britain to Visigothic and Islamic Spain, Byzantium to Persia and the Caliphate, from script to print, from feast to fast, from fine arts to liberal arts, from Augustine to Saladin and beyond; this program offers an intense and condensed liberal education. Studies reveal how the historical shapes, institutional structures, literary visions and artistic forms that emerged from the Middle Ages have colored our concepts of God, society, self, love, individualism and success.

    The Medieval Studies Program affords the student an opportunity for a “classically” liberal education within a broad subset of “Western” (Celtic, Franconic, Italic, Germanic, Visigothic) and “non-Western” (Byzantine, Islamic, Persian) contexts. It is appropriate for preprofessional training in multiple fields, ranging from business to religious studies and from biology to music theory and foreign languages and literatures. It can also lead to graduate work in medieval studies or (more usually) in such disciplines as literature, history and art/music history.

    - Texas Tech University
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies Center
    Foreign Languages Building 207
    2910 18th St
    Lubbock, TX 79409-2071
    Phone: (806) 742-3145

    The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Center (MRSC) is dedicated to the advancement of Medieval and Renaissance studies at Texas Tech, in the State of Texas, and in the lands beyond. It currently supervises a graduate certificate program in medieval and Renaissance studies, provides some conference participation support for students working in these areas, and sponsors guest lectures and other activities related to medieval and Renaissance studies. Whereas traditional academic programs are organized to support their own specific perspectives and programs, the Center seeks to unite faculty and students interested in medieval and Renaissance area studies that transcend disciplinary boundaries. It seeks is to enhance campus, state, and national knowledge about Texas Tech programs already in place. The Center, approved in 2011, is located administratively within the College of Arts and Sciences but is also funded in part by the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

    - Trinity University
    Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    One Trinity Place
    San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
    Phone: (210) 999-7680
    Email Director Laura Agoston: Laura.Agoston@trinity.edu

    The interdisciplinary Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies is a program, requiring 18 semester hours, that aims to allow students the opportunity to discover and re-examine knowledge about the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and to teach students how to employ a variety of methods of historical and theoretical analysis as models for such scholarship.
    The program provides students an opportunity to explore and excel at the highest academic level in an area of study they are passionate about. Courses and the faculty who teach them bring together a wide variety of interests and knowledge from a broad range of academic departments which provide students in the minor a true interdisciplinary experience.

    - University of Texas at Austin
    Program in Medieval Studies
    The College of Liberal Arts
    CAL 208
    Campus mail code: B5000
    Austin, TX
    Phone: (512) 471-5132
    Email Director Luisa Nardini: nardini@utexas.edu

    Medieval Studies is a graduate program at the University of Texas that draws upon the strengths of distinguished faculty in fifteen academic units in the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Fine Arts. The program is one of the partners spearheading three multi-institutional collaborations of scholars, universities, centers, and institutes that aim to study, teach, and research an interconnected world from 500 to 1500 CE : the Global Middle Ages Project (GMAP), the Mappamundi online learning community, and the Scholarly Community for the Globalization of the Middle Ages (SCGMA).

    Wisconsin

    - Marquette University
    Medieval Studies Minor
    1250 W Wisconsin Ave
    Milwaukee, WI 53233
    Director Lezlie Knox: (no email available)

    The interdisciplinary minor in medieval studies integrates courses in English, foreign languages, literature, history, philosophy, and theology to introduce students to the major movements and achievements of the Latin Christian West from approximately A.D. 500 to 1500.

    - University of Wisconsin at Madison
    The Program in Medieval Studies
    Department of History
    4005 Mosse Humanities
    455 N. Park Street
    Madison, WI 53706
    Phone: (608) 263-1830
    Fax: (608) 263-5302
    Email Director Karl Shoemaker: kbshoemaker@wisc.edu

    The Medieval Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers an interdisciplinary environment for the pursuit of knowledge relating to the Middle Ages, a period spanning Late Antiquity to roughly 1500. Representing faculty from over 18 departments, we offer courses and certificate programs at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The Program also sponsors events and conferences on topics of interest both to the university and to the community at large.

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    Arizona

    - Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    Arizona State University
    P.O. Box 874402
    Tempe, AZ 85287-4402
    Lattie F. Coor Hall, 4th Floor (Rooms 4426 - 4442)
    Phone: (480) 965-5900
    Fax: (480) 965-1681
    Contact Form: https://acmrs.org/contact

    The founder of the ACMRS was Jean R. Brink of the English Department at Arizona State University (ASU), along with Fredi Chiappelli, then Director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at UCLA. Together they persuaded the Arizona Board of Regents to establish an organized research unit dedicated to stimulating the multi- and interdisciplinary exploration of medieval and Renaissance culture from roughly A.D. 400 to A.D. 1700. The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) was born officially in 1981, and since then, it has coordinated programs at ASU, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, and the University of Arizona in Tucson. This tri-university structure both serves as an instrument for enhancing cooperation among the three state universities and distinguishes ACMRS among other such centers in North America.

    - University of Arizona
    The Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies
    Douglass Bldg. Room 315
    P.O. Box 210028
    Tucson, AZ 85721-0028
    Phone: (520) 621-1284
    Fax: (520) 621-5444
    Email: bettertm@email.arizona.edu

    The Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies at The University of Arizona is the center for post-graduate study of the epoch of transition between medieval and early-modern Europe, 1300-1600. Reuniting three fields—late medieval, Reformation, and early modern history—which in the European tradition were long separated along confessional lines, the Division promotes graduate research transcending these demarcations. At the same time, it encompasses social, political, religious, economic, and cultural developments in early modern Europe.

    The Division was founded in 1989 under the Directorship of Professor Heiko A. Oberman (†2001), Luther biographer and winner of the 1996 Dr. A. H. Heineken Prize for History, who was formerly appointed at the University of Tübingen and Harvard Divinity School. In less than a decade the Division achieved a reputation among the top institutions in the world for Reformation study.

    - University of Arizona
    University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee
    Department of German Studies
    301 Learning Services Building
    P.O. Box 210105
    Tucson, AZ 85721-0105
    Phone: (520) 621-7385
    Fax: (520) 626-8268
    Email Prof. Albrecht Classen: aclassen@email.arizona.edu

    The Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee sponsors symposiums.

    California

    - California State University, Long Beach
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    Office: MHB-512
    1250 Bellflower Blvd.
    Long Beach, CA 90840-2403
    Email Fall Director Lloyd Kermode: lloyd.kermode@csulb.edu
    Email Spring Director Martine van Elk: mvanelk@csulb.edu

    The CSULB Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies seeks to advance the interdisciplinary study of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, by offering an environment for academic exchange. The Center’s events are open to scholars at CSULB and beyond, students of any discipline, and to interested individuals from outside the university. The CMRS sponsors a regular lecture series featuring speakers from on and off campus. We organize special seminars or workshops and regularly host the CSU Shakespeare Symposium. The Center also offers courses on a wide range of medieval and Renaissance issues, supports faculty research, and is associated with most of the local and national societies relevant to research in these fields, while sponsoring panels at the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo and at meetings of the Renaissance Society of America. The CMRS has established interdisciplinary programs that offer students interested in these periods the opportunity to pursue a course of study leading to a Minor or a Certificate in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Courses that are used to meet the certificate requirements may be counted, where applicable, toward the General Education requirements, the major, and minor requirements.

    - Claremont Graduate University
    Institute for Antiquity and Christianity
    831 N. Dartmouth Avenue
    Claremont, CA 91711
    Phone: (909) 621-8066
    Email: iac@cgu.edu

    The Institute for Antiquity and Christianity is an interdisciplinary center for basic research into the origins of Western Civilization: the ancient Near East, the classical cultures of Greece and Rome, and the emergence of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The mandate of the Institute is to instigate advanced research directed by experts in their fields of study, in cooperation with international teams of scholars. From time to time Visiting Scholars from North America and abroad are in residence to pursue their research with leadership in research and offer graduate students valuable insights into the world of scholarship beyond the classroom. The Institute carries out its mission through publications, educational programs, conferences, exhibits, and participation in international scholarly discourse, both to advance knowledge of the cultures, religions, and texts investigated through the Projects and to enrich public understanding and appreciation.

    They also host the Claremont Consortium for Medieval and Early Modern Studies

    - Santa Clara University
    Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    Philosophy Department
    500 El Camino Real Santa Clara
    Kenna Hall 209
    California 95053
    Phone: (408) 551-3000 x4264
    Email Program Director Brian Buckley: bbuckley@scu.edu

    The minor in Medieval and Renaissance studies offers students from all departments a cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary program of study in Europe’s Middle Ages and Renaissance. These periods lay on the edge of modernity, when the distinctive characteristics of the contemporary would began to form and when major new connections were made between Europe and Africa, the Middle East, East Asia, and the Americas. Study of these periods from many different points of view affords an opportunity to gain valuable perspectives on the ways that Medieval and Renaissance persons, events, and institutions helped to shape the modern world. Completion of the minor is noted on the student’s transcript, and students receive a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment.

    - Stanford University
    Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    C/o Kathryn Starkey
    Pigott Hall, Building 260
    Stanford, California 94305
    Email Director Kathryn Starkey: starkey@stanford.edu

    Stanford CMEMS is a multidisciplinary community working together to reveal new perspectives on medieval and early modern studies. The mission of CMEMS is to promote innovative research and foster lively dialogue and debate among faculty, students, librarians, and interested participants. We aim to nurture the dynamic engagement with these rich and rewarding earlier periods of such literary, cultural, social and historical importance.

    - Stanford University
    Medieval Studies Program
    Building 260
    Pigott Hall #205
    Phone: (650) 721-4099
    Stanford, California 94305
    Email Associate Director Michael Wyatt: ganymede@stanford.edu

    Our faculty and students draw from a wide range of disciplines: art and architecture; literature and languages; music; philosophy; religious studies; and economic, social, and political history. Their interests bridge Western, Islamic, and Asian cultures and encompass both traditional and innovative materials and methods. For undergraduates, the Program in Medieval Studies offers an interdisciplinary core course and options for majors and minors. For graduate students, the Program sponsors a team-taught practicum in materials and methods, as well as regular workshops and events co-sponsored with the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS).

    - University of California, Berkeley
    Program in Medieval Studies
    7305 Dwinelle Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-2520
    Phone: (510) 642 4218
    Contact Form: http://medieval.berkeley.edu/contact

    The Medieval Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley is an interdisciplinary group that coordinates and sponsors lectures, events, and visiting professorships, promotes scholarly interests common to medievalists of different academic departments, and communicates information of interest among them. The Committee on Medieval Studies offers a Concurrent Ph.D. program in which candidates have both a home department and training in the core disciplines of Medieval Studies. The Program also offers an undergraduate minor in Medieval Studies.

    - University of California, Davis
    The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Program
    Email Director Sally McKee: sjmckee@ucdavis.edu

    The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Program at Davis offers students with interests in the period 400-1750 CE the opportunity to take courses across a range of disciplines, with an emphasis on Europe but attention to other world cultures during that time. Students can major, minor, or simply take core classes offered by the program itself, as well as choosing from relevant classes in a variety of departments and disciplines. The program also coordinates with the Medieval Research Consortium and the Early Modern Studies Cluster, two groups that invite speakers to campus and hold other events of interest to medievalists and early modernists. We welcome inquiries about the Program and its affiliated groups.

    - University of California, Los Angeles
    Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
    302 Royce Hall
    Box 951485
    University of California
    Los Angeles, CA 90095-1485
    Phone: (310) 825-1880
    Fax: (310) 825-0655
    Email: cmrs@humnet.ucla.edu

    The UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) promotes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural studies of the period from Late Antiquity to the middle of the seventeenth century. CMRS sponsors and co-sponsors lectures, seminars, and conferences, and hosts visiting professors, post-doctoral scholars, and other visiting researchers. The journal Viator is edited and published annually by CMRS, as is the graduate-student journal, Comitatus. A range of books and monographs have also been published under the Center’s aegis. CMRS assists scholars, students, and the larger community to acquire a deeper understanding of issues rooted in the past that continue to resonate in our contemporary world.

    Current research projects hosted at UCLA CMRS include :
    Medieval Canon Law : Corpus Juris Canonici
    Old Norse Digital Web
    Orsini Archives
    Rouse Manuscript Collection
    St Gall Virtual Reality
    A Viking Landscape: the Mosfell Archaeological Project

    Colorado

    - Colorado College
    Minor in Medieval Studies
    14 East Cache La Poudre St.
    Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    The social, intellectual, and artistic development of medieval Europe. Emphasis on the interaction of cultural elements in Latin Christendom. Comparative study of earlier and later Western as well as contemporary Byzantine and Islamic experiences. Five units minimum.

    - University of Colorado, Boulder
    The Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    University of Colorado at Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0226
    Email: cmems@colorado.edu

    The Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder is founded on the convictions that the period from c. 400 to c. 1800, conceived in a global context, is a dynamic cultural continuum and ever-evolving system ; that study of both periods in tandem sheds new light on each; and that the unity and diversity of the premodern world can be understood and appreciated only from an interdisciplinary perspective. Medieval and Early Modern Studies therefore crosses boundaries of period, nation, language and discipline, and the center’s prime function is to facilitate and encourage interdepartmental study and teaching.

    New Mexico

    - University of New Mexico
    Institute for Medieval Studies
    2045 Mesa Vista Hall
    University of New Mexico
    Albuquerque, NM 87131
    Phone: (505) 277-1191
    Fax: (505) 277-1183
    Email: medinst@unm.edu

    The University of New Mexico offers a variety of Medieval Studies programs dedicated to university and civic outreach, as well as to the enrichment of scholarship, teaching, and research in the civilizations of medieval Europe and its neighbors from 500-1500. Through undergraduate and graduate degree programs, special student opportunities, and advanced research activities, UNM’s Medieval Studies programs are committed to furthering the transmission and preservation of our rich heritage from the Middle Ages.

    Oregon

    - University of Oregon
    Medieval Studies Program
    311 Susan Campbell Hall (SC)
    1267 University of Oregon
    Eugene, OR 97403-1267
    Phone: (541) 346-1517
    Fax: (541) 346-4118
    Email: midages@uoregon.edu

    The depth of historical and cultural knowledge students gain with a Medieval Studies major or minor are similar to the benefits of any humanities major or minor, with the added benefit of focusing on the timely issues of Euro-Middle Eastern religious conflict, cooperation, and debate with a deeply historical perspective.

    Our program offers students an extensive curricula which includes the Christian, Judaic and Islamic Middle Ages, as well as courses in feudal Japanese culture and East Asian Art and religious traditions. It is one of only a handful of programs at the University of Oregon that requires students to take courses in a variety of departments, from philosophy to music, and integrate knowledge into a cross-disciplinary grounding in a subject. It involves students in the depth of history and challenges them to analyze problems with more than one culture and time period in view.

    Utah

    - Brigham Young University
    MARS (BYU Medieval and Renaissance Study Group)

    The interdisciplinary BYU Medieval and Renaissance Study Group coordinates events and bi-annual lectures, organized by the faculty at BYU.

    - Utah State University
    Certificate in Medieval and Early Modern Studies
    Phone: (435) 797-3856
    Email Coordinator Christine Cooper-Rompato: christine.rompato@usu.edu

    The Area Studies Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies offers undergraduates and graduates at Utah State University the exceptional opportunity for interdisciplinary scholarship on the history and culture of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The certificate program complements many majors, ranging from art history to philosophy. Many graduate and professional schools recognize the rigor of undergraduate work in this area. Certificate program, no major, no minor offered.

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