Press release: Opening the Geese Book

On November 27, 2012, the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies will launch the international pilot project "Opening the Geese Book," directed by Volker Schier and Corine Schleif.

November Newsletter

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June Newsletter

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Participants Announced for London NEH Summer Seminar on Health and Disease

Press Release Sixteen applicants for the National Endowment for the Humanities 2012 Summer Seminar for College and University Teachers "Health and Disease in the Middle Ages" were recently honored by being selected for this prestigious five-week program.

April Newsletter

Check out ACMRS news and events for April 2012! April 2012 Newsletter

ASU Engineering Open House

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are hosting the FIRST EVER Engineering Open House. This FREE event will offer two days of fantastic projects, exhibits, activities and more. There will be hands-on demonstrations and activities for kids of all ages including: "Science is Fun" Demonstrations and tours LEGO Robots and other hands-on activities sponsored by Engineering student organizations Build a Rubber Band Car plus a Fuel Cell Car demonstration Build a Basic Roller Coaster Build a Simple Mechanical Machine Raft Rally, Slime-Making and Volcano building

Second Sunday Concert Series presents ASU Solis Camerata

Title: Second Sunday Concert Series presents ASU Solis Camerata Date: Sunday, February 12, 2012 Time: 2:30 p.m. Location: Christ Church of the Ascension - 4015 E Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 Price: $10 Concert Description:

February Newsletter

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ACMRS Annual Conference Featured on Medievalists.net!

The history-lovers at Medievalists.net featured an article this month about the upcoming ACMRS conference! BY MEDIEVALISTS.NET - JANUARY 27, 2012 "The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) will be hosting its annual interdisciplinary conference next month, which will bring more than seventy scholars to talk about the sexy side of the Middle Ages.

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