The Medieval Institute promotes research and teaching on the multiple cultures, languages, and religions of the medieval period. Offering both undergraduate and Ph.D. programs, the Institute facilitates the activities of the largest contingent of medievalists at any North American university. Over sixty faculty medievalists, from thirteen different departments, create a vibrant, interdisciplinary, intellectual community that sponsors frequent speakers, conferences, and other events. The outstanding medieval studies library collection attracts researchers from around the world.
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The 2015 Conway Lectures, “Asceticism and Literature in the Middle Ages” will be delivered by John V. Fleming, Professor of English Emeritus, Princeton University, on October 29, November 3, and November 5.
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