Posted on Wednesday 20 July 2022
Many congratulations to Jessica RIchardson on her new co-edited volume, Fashioned from Holy Matter (a special issue of the journal Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics) which has just been published!
Posted on Monday 24 January 2022
Lydia Zeldenrust, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, contributed to an episode on Mélusine for ‘Free Thinking’ on BBC Radio 3, presented by Shahidha Bari.
Posted on Thursday 13 January 2022
Warm congratulations to Michele Campopiano, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and Related Literature, who has been awarded the 2021 San Francesco Prize for his recent monograph, Writing the Holy Land: the Franciscans of Mount Zion and the Construction of a Cultural Memory, 1300-1550.
Posted on Sunday 17 October 2021
We regret to announce the death of Prof. Derek Pearsall, on 14 October 2021, at the age of 90.
Posted on Wednesday 11 August 2021
Book proposals are invited for the series Health and Healing in the Middle Ages
Posted on Tuesday 13 July 2021
Congratulations to the editorial team at the journal 'postmedieval' on the launch of their new website.
Posted on Wednesday 7 July 2021
Congratulations to CMS Professors Sarah Brown, Tim Ayers and Sarah Rees Jones on the publication of their new edited book: York: Art, Architecture and Archaeology. Out 20 July!
Posted on Tuesday 29 June 2021
York archaeologists publish new book on the Viking Great Army
Posted on Thursday 22 April 2021
Congratulations to CMS and Department of English and Related Literature academic, Michele Campopiano, on the publication of his new curated book.
Posted on Thursday 4 February 2021
We are delighted to announce that Sophie Newton, graduate of the MA in Medieval Art and Medievalisms (Department of History of Art), has been awarded the Richard III Society Dissertation Prize.
Posted on Wednesday 3 February 2021
CMS and English colleague, Shazia Jagot, writes about Medieval and Early Modern Literature and the fundamental underlying issues in this Times Higher Education Blog post.
Posted on Tuesday 2 February 2021
Shazia Jagot will be joining Julie Orlemanski (University of Chicago) and Sara Ritchey (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) as co-editor of Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies.
Posted on Tuesday 5 January 2021
It is with sadness that we report the passing of Ann Rycraft, who died on 9 December 2020.
Posted on Tuesday 5 January 2021
Congratulations to CMS and Department of English and Related Literature academic, Michele Campopiano, on the publication of his new book.
Posted on Monday 4 January 2021
On 18 December 2020 we celebrated Mark's life at an online memorial, which can now be viewed online.
Posted on Friday 28 August 2020
A volume on 'Turkish History and Culture in India: Identity, Art and Transregional Connections', co-edited by Richard McClary has been recently published by Brill.
Posted on Friday 7 August 2020
The CMS would like to extend its warmest congratulations to the latest of our staff promoted to professor.
Posted on Tuesday 30 June 2020
Thursday 25 June saw the CMS awarding its annual prizes at a virtual Summer Party.
Posted on Monday 4 May 2020
The Centre for Medieval Studies celebrates a new publication from Prof. Tim Ayers.
Posted on Wednesday 30 October 2019
CMS Professor Emeritus makes headlines with conclusion that the Bayeux Tapestry was designed to fit perfectly the nave of the 11thC Bayeux Cathedral, shedding light on how contemporaries - including King William I himself - would have viewed the tapestry.