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The Centre for the Study of the Middle Ages facilitates academic research into the period c. 300 to c. 1500 CE, bringing together scholars of medieval history, literature, language, art, and archaeology. The Centre cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries, and fosters collaboration and conversation.
The Centre is a focus for conferences and other national and international research events. It co-ordinates research projects which involve collaboration between members of the Centre and with other UK and international partners. It also hosts an annual public lecture. This year’s lecture will be given by Professor Julia Smith (University of Glasgow). Other speakers have included Professor Miri Rubin, Professor James Graham Campbell, Professor Martin Carver and Professor Jonathan Riley-Smith.
CeSMA hosts an interdisciplinary research seminar series throughout the academic year, alongside the informal Conversations series, dedicated to the discussion of issues relating to the interdisciplinary study of medieval literature, history and culture. Information about the Centre’s activity is provided via our website and mailing list. To be added to the mailing list, please contact Dr Victoria Flood.