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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

 

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Upcoming events

Fragments of note: the afterlives of medieval manuscripts

Nov 23, 2017

Magdalene College, Oxford

BRITTANY AND THE ATLANTIC ARCHIPELAGO: CONTACT, MYTH AND HISTORY, AD 400-1150

Dec 01, 2017

DEPARTMENT OF ANGLO-SAXON, NORSE AND CELTIC, 9 WEST ROAD, CAMBRIDGE

”Particles of light”: the legacy of Henry Bradshaw

Dec 04, 2017

Milstein Room, Cambridge University Library

Gender, Identity, Iconography

Jan 08, 2018

Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford

Palaeography Study Day

Jan 20, 2018

Senate House Library, London

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