Professor Robert Bjork, Director of ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) appeared on Eight, Arizona PBS Horizons to discuss the Da Vinci-the Genius exhibit at the Arizona Science Center - skip to 18:43 to see the interview!


Sign-up now to study in Oxford next summer!

The Oxford Summer Study Abroad program offers interdisciplinary study opportunities in the history and culture of medieval and Renaissance Britain. During the five-week program, students live in residence and attend lectures at St. Michael's Hall. Courses are taught by faculty from CMRS Oxford, Arizona universities, and universities outside Arizona and include weekly excursions to cathedrals, museums, libraries, plays, or other relevant historical sites and cultural events around England. Apply through the Study Abroad office. Program in Residence at Oxford: 5 July - 9 August 2013

December Newsletter

Click here to read ACMRS E-News for December 2012: December Newsletter

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

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

June Newsletter

Check out ACMRS news and events for June 2012! June 2012 E-News

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.