Academic Programs

ACMRS - Huntington Fellowship

The Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (ACMRS), in collaboration with The Huntington Library, offers annually the ACMRS - Huntington Library Fellowship to aid in dissertation, post-doctoral, or faculty research using the collections of The Huntington.

Short Term Residencies

The Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) is pleased to announce two, new short-term residencies. The annual ACMRS Short-Term Residency will enable scholars who have earned a Ph.D. in a pre-modern field to pursue their research for a period of four to six weeks. The residency is designed to allow scholars to focus on finishing projects for publication.

Awards & Grants

ACMRS offers several award programs for graduate students, including a Medieval and a Renaissance Graduate Student Travel Award. ACMRS also offers two award programs for affiliated faculty members, including the Faculty Fellows Program and the Faculty Affiliate Conference Program

Online Resources

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.

Graduate and Undergraduate Certificate in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

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.


Medieval and Renaissance Paleography Video Course

Latin Paleography Course