Students study medieval and Renaissance culture for five weeks at St. Michael's Hall at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Oxford.
ASU Faculty may apply for an ACMRS Faculty Fellowship to receive a two-course teaching reduction during one semester. An ACMRS Visiting Distinguished Professor will cover the teaching load of the Faculty Fellow.
Click here to access Iter, CARA database, Annotated Beowulf, Opening the Geese Book Project, FEMINAE, MEDFEM-L, MEDMED-L, the World of Dante, Margery Kempe: In Search of the Scribe, and Mediaevistik.
Students study medieval and Renaissance culture for three weeks at the Monash University Prato Centre.
A certificate program open to both undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing studies in medieval and Renaissance culture at ASU. Approximately twenty hours of language and period courses constitute the degree, which is designed to complement your major or graduate program. To access a comprehensive list of courses offered this semester, please see our Medieval and Renaissance Studies Course Listing.
ACMRS provides a travel grant to an Arizona graduate student to present a paper at the International Medieval Congress, held every May at the Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo.
This award is given to an undergraduate student who has excelled academically in the study of the Middle Ages and/or Renaissance and who expects to continue study in one of these areas at the graduate level.
Developed by Professor Bernard Muir of the University of Melbourne, this innovative course in Latin paleography offers training in the transcription of thirty-six western European book hands representing the period AD 400-1500. (3 credit hours)
(1 credit hour).