Thomas' edition and translation of Fr. Franck Quoëx's "Liturgical Theology in Thomas Aquinas: Sacrifice and Salvation History" has been published as part of the Thomistic Ressourcement Series (The Catholic University of America Press, 2023).Read more
Since 1966, Cornell’s Program in Medieval Studies has combined the best aspects of an interdisciplinary program with the focused training required for academic careers in a variety of traditional disciplines. The Program’s faculty are drawn from nearly every humanities department at Cornell; together, they offer expertise in a wide array of disciplines and area studies spanning more than a millennium of languages and cultures—from Old and Middle English literature to Byzantine monuments; from Viking studies to Andalusian architecture; from Chinese intellectual history to Islamic legal history.
The Medieval Studies Graduate Association is an independent entity. Its funds are purely and wholly for the disposal of its own working brief. The MSGA is dedicated to being a forum for sustained discussion and debate within the student medievalist body on campus and to strengthening connectivity between these students.
Quodlibet provides a lively forum for all those interested in all things medieval on campus, and organizes a series of lectures to highlight current research topics relating to medieval studies.
Medieval Language Reading Groups
|Latin||Andrew Hicks (ajh299)|
|Old French||Biweekly, Fridays, 1230 - 130 pm||Klarman G44 and Zoom||Thari Zweers (tlz5)|
Lisa Camp (lc939)
Lars Johnson (log6)
Lisa Camp (lc939)
Ryan Randle (rar348)
A specialist in the study of Latin manuscripts and the history of universities, John was a part of the Cornell community for more than 50 years, teaching medieval intellectual history, historiography and paleography – the study of historical writing systems and manuscripts.Read more
Medieval Studies and COLLIS Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture present a lecture with Michael Alan Anderson (Eastman School of Music) (USC)
Michael Alan Anderson (Eastman School of Music) will be presenting on, "Sounding the Saints in Books of Hours," at 5:15 PM on Monday, October 30 (AD White House and Zoom)Read more
The conference will be held virtually over Zoom on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024.Read more
Medieval Studies and COLLIS Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture present a lecture with David Alberton (USC)
David Albertson (USC) will be presenting on, "What Does Geometry Have to Do with Mysticism? Space and Interiority in Medieval Christian Thought," at 5 PM on Sept. 29 (401 Physical Sciences Building)Read more
Recent Medieval Studies PhD graduate, Paul Vinhage, was named a 23/24 Mellon Fellow at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the University of Toronto in Canada.Read more
Please join us at the Medieval Studies Graduate Student Roundtable this semester!Read more