Activities per year
The Center edits scholarly books and journals, offers minors and courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, organizes formal colloquia, informal workshops, and conferences around specific themes, facilitates graduate and undergraduate student groups, seeks internal and external funding for program development and faculty and student research projects, provides an opportunity for scholars of all disciplines and at all levels to focus intensively on historical, literary, anthropological, social, economic, religious, artistic, cultural, and methodological inquiries into the medieval period (ca 300-1500 C.E.), and collaborates with other institutions including the Institute for Advanced Study, the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, and the Newberry Library in undertakings such as the Minnesota Manuscript Research Laboratory, the Mappi Mundi Project, and the Global Middle Ages Project.
Michal A Kobialka (Speaker)Feb 1994
Activity: Talk types › Submitted presentation or panel