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NEWs in medieval and early modern studies

An ACC Distinguished Lecture, Featuring Robin Fleming (Boston College)

Robin Fleming PosterPlease join us in Hamilton Hall 569, Thursday (9/24) at 6:00 for a lecture by Robin Fleming (Boston College), “On the Move in Britain after Rome’s Fall,” brought to you by the ACC Distinguished Lecture Series and MEMS.







The 2014-15 MEMS Newsletter is out!

Brett-Whalen-June-2012-small-croppedClick here to see all of the program’s activities and events over the last two years, plus information about the support MEMS has given to UNC faculty and graduate students in premodern studies. Now in its eight year, MEMS is going strong, and promises to continue its tradition of fostering excellence at Carolina in the study of the medieval and early modern worlds.


Brett Whalen, director, MEMS

Glaire D. Anderson wins ASPHS Bishko Prize

glaireandersonphotoaclsCongratulations to Glaire D. Anderson (Art History) who has received this year’s Charles Julian Bishko Memorial Prize for the best article published in 2013 or 2014 in the field of medieval Iberian history by a North American scholar. This prize was awarded by the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies for her article “Sign of the Cross: Contexts for the Ivory Cross of San Millán de la Cogolla,” Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies 6:1 (Jan. 2014), 15-41.




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