Conferences and Symposia
The Center for Medieval Studies is proud to have hosted distinguished speakers from universities around the country. We dedicate time and effort to creating conferences and symposia that showcase the theoretical orientation and scope of our research.
2016 “The Legacy of Al-Andalus” symposium and musical performance, organized by Michelle M. Hamilton
2013 “Teaching and Learning in the Middle Ages,” conference organized by Andrew Scheil marking the 25th anniversary of CMS’s founding
2011 “Mediterranean Identities from the Middle Ages to the Present” conference, organized by Kathryn Reyerson
2009 “Religion and Law in the Global Middle Ages” conference, organized by Ruth Mazo Karras
2007 “Venice and the Idea of Europe” conference
2006 “Medieval Inventions: The Hospital?” symposium, in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Study, and featuring an original performance: “Readings in Times of Plagues”