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Fifth Annual Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop: “Settlement, Space, and Society in Rural Byzantium”

Each year, our Byzantine Studies Program offers a workshop with the year’s Byzantine Studies Postdoctoral Fellow. This year’s workshop, “Settlement, Space, and Society in...

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Religion and Philosophy

Lecture: Andrea Robiglio, “Introduction to Romance Philosophy: On the Benefit to Medieval Studies of the Study of their Philosophy”

The Medieval Institute is pleased to present the final installment, rescheduled from fall 2021, of its 75th Anniversary Alumni Lecture Series with Andrea Robiglio, SIEPM Fellow at...

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Art and History

Along the Silk Road: Interdisciplinary archaeology research at the Medieval City of Samshvilde, South Caucasus, Republic of Georgia

The Medieval Institute and the Department of Anthropology are pleased to present a lecture by David Berikashvili, Professor in the Department of Archeology, Anthropology and Art...

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Medieval Institute Research Blog

The Medieval Studies Research Blog is a multi-author blog sponsored by the Medieval Institute. Our posts come from current and former members as well as friends of Notre Dame’s...

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New Light in Old Darkness

Why the Middle Ages matter more than ever Imagine traveling to the vibrant port city of Alexandria, Egypt, in the year 1000. Perhaps you are a Muslim legal scholar making the...

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Art and History

Graduate Student Invitation Series Lecture: Professor Eugenio Refini (NYU), “Whose Aristotle? Latinate Knowledge and Vernacular Translation in Medieval Italy”

A famous tale from the Novellino (one of the most prominent collections of novelle before Boccaccio’s Decameron) ridicules a philosopher who endeavors to translate science and...

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Religion and Philosophy

Fourth Annual Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop: “Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography”

Join the Byzantine Studies Program for its fourth annual workshop on “Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography.” The workshop is a half-day public seminar discussion with...

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Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography

Join the Byzantine Studies Program for its fourth annual workshop on "Saints in Hymns, Homilies, and Hagiography."

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Art and History

75th Anniversary Alumni Lecture with Professor Andrew Irving (Ph.D. ’12): “Reconsidering Uta: On the Affordances of a Liturgical Book”

What does a liturgical book do and how does it do it? The Uta Codex, a famous gospel book produced at the Abbey of Sankt Emmeram in the first third of the eleventh century named...

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Religion and Philosophy

Notre Dame Theology Professor Interprets Historical Treasure Discovered at Ancient Monastery in the Sinai Desert

Being in the right place at the right time can change everything. For Nina Glibetić, witnessing a chance discovery changed her research focus — and the trajectory of her...

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Religion and Philosophy

Martyrs of Dialogue: The Monks of Tibhirine

Sr. Ann Astell, Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, presents on the Monks of Tibhirine, the seven Trappist monks depicted in the film “Of Gods and Men.”...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Heart of Darkness

Talks given at the 2017 Notre Dame Fall Conference. Speakers include Sr. Ann Astell (Notre Dame) on “Cut to the Heart: Compunction in Henry James’s ‘Altar of the Dead'”...

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