In This Section Events News News & Announcements Scroll down to see the latest news from the Center for Premodern Studies. Medieval Experiential Learning Series Join the Center for Premodern Studies for a series focused on learning about the medieval world through primary documents and hands-on experimentation with weaponry, armor… Call for CPS 2023-24 Research Workshops Apply by June 16, 2023 The Future of the Past: Welcoming Change in Antiquity Studies The Department of Classical and Near Eastern Religions and Cultures hosts a series of discussions with scholars from all over the world. Their goal? To reflect on their past… Apply for a 2023-24 CPS Fellowship CPS is now accepting 2023-24 applications for Saltus, McNally, Union Pacific, and Dissertation Development Fellowships International Congress of Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University The Center for Premodern Studies will host panels and provides transportation to the International Medieval Congress of Medieval Studies/Kalamazoo in May 2023. Apply for a CPS Dissertation Fellowship Apply to be a CPS Dissertation Fellow! Applications are Due February 13, 2023. CFP: Diasporic Legacies of the Mediterranean The Diasporic Legacies Conference will be held on the UMN campus 27-28 April, 2023. Introducing the Premodern Podcast! Introducing the Premodern Podcast by the Center for Premodern Studies. Announcing Spring '23 Premodern Courses Register today for Spring '23 Premodern courses at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Apply for an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship Applications due by October 24! Minnesota State Fair and CLA Stop by and see us at the Great Minnesota Get Together! Learn more about some of our rich, robust programs and some of the amazing people who make liberal arts a world of… Transformation is in the Works The Center for Early Modern History, the Center for Medieval Studies, and the Consortium for the Study of the Premodern World become the new Center for Premodern Studies. On Purpose: Portrait of the Consortium for the Premodern World To commemorate our 150th anniversary in 2018, the College of Liberal Arts commissioned 60 photographs taken by Xavier Tavera.