Kirakosian hopes the course, which is being offered at the introductory 100-level, will be a "recruitment tool" for medieval studies
and humanities courses in general, at a time when students are less interested in majoring in those fields.
With a decline in humanities students over the years, ultimately, Kirakosian hopes that the course would spark interest in both medieval studies
and humanities courses.
Drawing on the detailed codicological study of the manuscript and its contents which he undertook with George Rigg (published in Medieval Studies
in 1987), Townsend lays out his criteria for the inclusion of the saints' lives now edited, in descending order of certainty of attribution: Francis, Oswald, Birinus, Guthlac, Fremund, Edmund, and Thomas Becket.
She's really innovative in doing very traditional medieval studies
and folding that into digital humanities," says Dr.
Readers of Christianity and Literature, both professional and amateur, who have an interest in temporality, medieval studies
, queer theory, or medievalisms, will find reading this book a valuable and singularly pleasurable use of their time.
Material for lecture in a medieval studies
, theology, or philosophy course is plentiful.
occupies the middle ground upon which any view of the antiqui and moderni is taken, even as medieval thinkers took themselves for the moderni that first made this recognition.
Letters, household accounts, poems and more offers a literary time machine introducing the most basic of Medieval daily living to general-interest audiences rather than the specialty history approaches of similar Medieval studies
If you are interested in knights in armour, troubadours, damsels in distress, or castles in the desert, you must become a Friend of the ROM's Medieval Studies
Ralph McInerny, Professor of Medieval Studies
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Around the turn of the next to last century, there was a genre of writing attached to the historiographical turn of the late 1800s: the "etat present" in which the status of a discipline, whether scientific studies, medieval studies
, or oriental studies, would be assessed.
Their exploration is wide-ranging and moves from medieval studies
of anatomy to contemporary organ scandals in the UK, US, and China and issues raised by neuroimaging and body modification.