Kristina Kummerer

Kristina Kummerer


Master of Arts in Medieval Studies (University College Dublin, Ireland); Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Music and History and with minors in Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Ancient Mediterranean Studies (Trinity University, Texas)

Year of Matriculation



Areas of Interest

M anuscript studies; medieval liturgy; late-medieval music manuscripts; paleography


My work focuses on late-medieval Latin liturgical chant manuscripts from Continental Europe. In the past few years, I have identified and fully catalogued two previously-unknown late-medieval Graduals, one each from Spain and Italy. I am passionate about sharing my research with both scholarly and general audiences, and have done so in the form of paper presentations at academic conferences, school presentations for students of all ages, and multimedia exhibits and musical performances of my research. Other interests include paleography, fragmentology, and early medieval Irish manuscripts.

Recent Scholarly Activity

  • Presidential Fellowship, University of Notre Dame (2021–2026)
  • Teaching Assistant, University College Dublin Schools of Music & History, Dublin, Ireland (2020–21)
  • Conference Paper, Leeds International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England (2020)
  • Scholar and Collaborator, The Trinity Commission, Austin, Texas, USA (2019)
  • Rare Books Intern, Marsh's Library, Dublin, Ireland (2019)