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Medieval Studies

The Program in Medieval Studies at Emory University promotes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural studies of medieval societies and cultures from Late Antiquity to the seventeenth century by offering an Undergraduate Major in Medieval-Renaissance Studies in Emory College and a Graduate Certificate Program in Medieval Studies for graduate students working in departmental doctoral programs. (Note: The Undergraduate Major in Medieval-Renaissance Studies has been suspended)

The Medieval Studies Program also sponsors lectures, symposia, monthly roundtables, and other gatherings for the presentation and discussion of scholarly work by faculty and students on Medieval Studies and on the different areas of study that constitute it.

Organized as a program of Emory's Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts, the Medieval Studies Program is administered by a Director, a Steering Committee, and a Committee on Medieval Studies. Faculty associated with the Medieval Studies Program hold appointments in Art History, Classics, Comparative Literature, English, French and Italian, German Studies, History, Jewish Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Spanish and Portuguese; in the Candler School of Theology; and at the Beck Center at Woodruff Library.

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James Morey