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A leading international centre of research into the Middle Ages 

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York: one of the finest medieval cities in the world

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The UK’s largest and longest established postgraduate provider of Medieval Studies  

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Join a vibrant and active community of like-minded medievalists 

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The city of York is rich in medieval resources

Welcome to the Centre for Medieval Studies

The Centre for Medieval Studies (CMS) at the University of York is one of the world’s leading centres for postgraduate study and research into the Middle Ages. We are one of the largest and longest established providers of Medieval Studies courses in the UK, combining world renowned knowledge, expertise and research from across the University.

Combining the disciplines of Medieval Art and Architecture, Medieval Archaeology, Medieval Literature and Medieval History and drawing on the unrivalled resources available in the medieval city of York, the Centre offers a truly interdisciplinary Medieval Studies experience and a unique MA in Medieval Studies.

 

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GRADUATION JANUARY 2015

MA Graduands at Jan 2015 ceremony
CONGRATULATIONS to all
PhD and MA medievalists
receiving their degrees
today.  Pictured here
are some of the MA students
from Medieval Studies,
Medieval Literatures and
Medieval History.  We
congratulate them all!

Medieval Studies at York

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHRpIJx7s1w

 

 

Events, conferences and workshops

Wednesday 4 February
Department of History Research Seminar
Dr Rob Lutton (Nottingham)
Wycliffism, Orthodoxy and the Holy Name of Jesus in Late Fourteenth- and Early Fifteenth-Century England
5:30pm - V/123, Vanbrugh College
 
Wednesday 11 February
Department of History Research Seminar
Prof Chris Wickham (All Souls, Oxford)
Consensus and assemblies in the Romano-Germanic kingdoms: a comparative approach
5:30pm - V/123, Vanbrugh College

Saturday February 14, 2015
England's Immigrants: 1330-1550
1-day conference, sponsored by the AHRC
Registration FREE
Huntingdon Room, King's Manor
10:00-17:30