There are few institutions of higher learning in America with the wealth of resources and talent devoted to medieval and early modern studies as Saint Louis University.
The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies supports, coordinates, and promotes the extraordinary array of scholars, students, and resources devoted to medieval and early modern research at Saint Louis University. One of the largest in the U.S., the Center is home to more than 60 full-time faculty members. By supporting students, conferences, speakers, fellowships, library acquisitions, and professorships, the Center enriches the intellectual environment for medievalists and early modernists on campus and around the world.
- 02/28Lecture: 'How Medieval People Touched their Books'
- 03/06Lecture: 'To Make a Caliphate: Hafsid Ifriqiya and the many titles of Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad al-Mustansir'
- 03/20The Crusades Studies Forum: Discussion
- 04/03Talk: What a Tangled Web they Weave: Complications, Interconnections and Interpretations in the Sources for the Arab Campaigns against Constantinople
- 04/03The Crusades Studies Forum: Discussion