Current and Past Programming
2016: Game of Thrones Event
CMS hosted an evening event exploring aspects of the show, with trivia and food and beverages 'inspired' by the show. With CMS experts, Ruth Karras discussed the female characters and women in the Middle Ages; Mary Franklin Brown talked about the books the show is based on; and Amanda Taylor discussed and demonstrated arms and weapons in the Middle Ages and in the show. for more details see our Game of Thrones event page.
2009: The “Religion and Law in the Global Middle Ages"
A conference for scholars, lawyers, and teachers that covered religion in medieval law codes, legal procedures, and everyday life.
2006: "A Hand's-on Workshop on the Medieval Bookmark"
A workshop that offered the chance to learn and practice the historic methods of the scribe and printer from Charlemagne’s early medieval court to Gutenberg’s later medieval printing shop (in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies).
2006: "A Hands-on Workshop for Sewers: A Day in a Fifteenth-Century Tailor's Shop"
A workshop in which participants created a full set of clothing (in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies).