Recent News

Amy Mulligan Wins a Second Major Grant—a Fulbright—on Top of Her NEH Grant for “A Landscape of Words: Ireland, Britain, and the Poetics of Irish Space from 700-1300”

Author: Mary Hendricksen

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Keough-Naughton Institute Faculty Fellow Amy Mulligan has won a second prestigious grant—this one, a Fulbright—for her innovative, wide-ranging study on the poetics of Irish place across multiple periods and from different national perspectives, particularly Ireland, Britain, and Scandinavia. Earlier this academic year, Mulligan received news of support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Denis Robichaud, Program of Liberal Studies Professor and Faculty Affiliate of the Medieval Institute, Wins 2016 Olivia Remie Constable Prize

Author: Megan J. Hall

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The Medieval Institute is very pleased to announce that Denis Robichaud of the Program of Liberal Studies has been awarded the 2016 Olivia Remie Constable Prize in Medieval Studies for study at Oxford this summer. This prize was generously established last year by Robert M. Conway to honor our colleague Remie Constable, former director of the Medieval Institute.

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Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, the Notre Dame Professor of English and a Faculty Affiliate of the Medieval Institute, Wins ACLS Fellowship

Author: Brian Wallheimer

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Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, the Notre Dame Professor of English, will pursue a book project that explores the notes that medieval readers made in the margins of historic texts and books in order to rediscover sophisticated early reading practices for understanding the self. Christopher Ball, an assistant professor of anthropology, will spend time with an indigenous tribe in Brazil studying local history and culture through connections between language and nearby rivers.

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Upcoming Events

Summer Medieval Latin, 6/13-7/22

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Location: Medieval Institute

Join the Medieval Institute for summer Medieval Latin, taught by Dr. Andrew Irving, Postdoctoral Fellow at Notre Dame. This course is open to undergraduate and graduate students and runs from June 13 through July 22. Read the course description and view the poster on our Summer Courses and Faculty page

Fall classes begin

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The fall semester begins at Notre Dame. The Medieval Institute looks forward to another stimulating term!…

2016 Annual Conway Lectures Begin

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Location: Eck Visitors Center

This year's annual Conway Lecturer, Professor Emeritus William J. Courtenay, will deliver a lecture series entitled "Religious Ritual and Prayers for the Dead in the Medieval University of Paris." The lectures will be held at the Eck Visitors Center on September 29, October 4, and October 6. A reception will follow the first lecture. Read more

Spring classes begin

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The spring semester begins at Notre Dame. The Medieval Institute looks forward to another stimulating term!…