Each year, the Medieval Institute offers two external fellowships supporting research in Medieval and Byzantine Studies. The Mellon Fellowship allows a junior faculty member to spend a year at Notre Dame working on his or her own research, while the Byzantine Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship enables fellows to pursue promising research towards scholarly publication and/or the development of new subject areas. Applications are due February 1st.
With the collaboration of the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (BAV), the University of Notre Dame offers its Winter School in Latin Paleography and Codicology at its Rome Global Gateway. Co-sponsored by The Medieval Institute and Center for Italian Studies, this two-week intensive course will introduce participants to various aspects of Latin Paleography and Codicology, offering a balance of theoretical and practical applications.
The Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame is one of the leading centers in the United States for the advanced study of medieval culture. The graduate program provides students with superb technical training, but it also equips them with a holistic vision of the Middle Ages, grounded in a mastery of sources and languages and extending to the whole of its life and culture.
Omnia disce. Videbis postea nihil esse superfluum. (Learn everything, and you will see afterward that nothing is superfluous.)Hugh of St. Victor (d. 1141), Didascalicon 6.3