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Cambridge Medieval Studies Webpage

Cambridge University is an active centre in the research and teaching of the history, literature, languages, archaeology and culture of the Middle Ages. Specialists in many different faculties and departments work on all aspects of the medieval period. This website provides an overview of Medieval Studies activities at Cambridge, bringing together information from across the university.

The following faculties and departments involve research in the Middle Ages:

Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

Division of Archaeology

Faculty of Classics

Institute of Continuing Education

Faculty of Divinity

Faculty of English

Faculty of History

Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

Faculty of Music

Faculty of Philosophy

The University Library

 

If you would like to contribute to or suggest content for this website, please email .

Upcoming events

Personification and Alienation: The Case of Deguileville

May 30, 2017

Old Combination Room, Trinity College

London International Palaeography Summer School

Jun 12, 2017

School of Advanced Study, University of London

Medieval History Day for Teachers

Jun 26, 2017

Christ's College and St Catharine's College, Cambridge

The Ottoman Conquest and Knowledge: A Transcultural History

Jul 06, 2017

Newnham College, Cambridge

Medieval Studies Summer Programme

Aug 06, 2017

Sigdwick Site

Upcoming events

Apply by 24 July for this year's Medieval Studies Summer Programme at the Institute of Continuing Education.

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