The History Discipline in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne is offering Scholarships for international graduate students for commencement in 2018.
On the occasion of this collaboration between Stanford’s CMEMS and Berkeley’s Program in Medieval Studies, this conference proposes to reflect on the theme of meetings as pertains to our objects and fields of study. The inherent interdisciplinarity of Medieval Studies places a particular premium on scholarly work that sheds light on medieval meetings, in the many senses of the word, as well as facilitating dialogue and “meeting” across artificially drawn institutional and national boundaries. Thus, we invite graduate students at Berkeley and Stanford to meet to share their research and intellectual interests in conversation with one another, as a first step in creating a broader community of graduate medievalists in the Bay Area.
For this session we'll be reading Chapter 5 (pp. 193-272), on the Corpus Mysticum.
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