MEDIUM ÆVUM exists to support and promote research into the cultures and intellectual life of the medieval world, principally through its
Events Calendar
Events sponsored by the Society and organized by its members, & the Society's own events and deadlines
Mon, 18 Jun to Wed, 20 Jun

Sixth Annual Symposium on Medieval & Renaissance Studies

, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis Missouri
Mon, 25 Jun

Large Conference Grant Application Deadline (three rounds annually; apply all year for smaller grants)

Thu, 28 Jun

Animals: The 2018 Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference

, Harris Manchester College, Oxford
Fri, 29 Jun

MÆ Annual Lecture, Meeting and Colloquium - Medieval Life Writing - in Celebration of the Lecture's 60th Anniversary

, Harris Manchester College, Oxford
Sat, 1 Sep

Research Travel Bursaries

Tue, 11 Sep to Fri, 14 Sep

Symposium in Historical Archaeoethnology: The Frisians

, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Sat, 27 Oct

Names and Identity in the Medieval World: The 2018 Medium Ævum Day Conference (more details shortly)

, University of Glasgow
Sat, 1 Dec

Medium Ævum Essay Prize

Sun, 1 Dec

Medium Ævum Essay Prize

Posted: November 29, 2030
From the Society and its Members
Posted: November 28, 2030
Posted: February 23, 2021
2018 MÆ Annual Lecture, Meeting and Special Colloquium: 'Medieval Life Writing'
Posted: April 23, 2018
Posted: March 29, 2018
AHRC CHASE Collaborative Doctoral Award
Posted: March 29, 2018
LASS 2018
Posted: January 31, 2018
Out Now: Medium Ævum Vol. 86, No. 2 (2017)

It includes the following articles, along with over 50 reviews and notices of the latest medieval scholarly books and textual editions:

Claudia Tardelli Terry, Reading Aristotle through Dante: the case of Meteorologica in Francesco da Buti’s Commento
Irene Villaroel Fernández, El manuscrito 5 de la Biblioteca de la Shrewsbury School: un peculiar y desconocido testimonio del Speculum doctrinale de Vicente de Beauvais
Jacob Hobson, Translation as gloss in the Old English Boethius
M. O’Doherty, Imperial fantasies: imagining Christian empire in three fourteenth-century versions of The Book of Sir John Mandeville
Maria Teresa Rachetta, From Saint-Denis to Béthune: the Chronique française des rois de France by the Anonymous of Béthune and its textual background
Robert Gallagher, Latin acrostic poetry in Anglo-Saxon England: reassessing the contribution of John the Old Saxon
Tina Chronopoulos, Ganymede in the medieval classroom: reading an ode by the Roman poet Horace

The Table of Contents for 86.2, and online access to articles for Society members, is available here.

Posted: November 23, 2017
Posted: November 16, 2017
Posted: November 15, 2017

Conference Programme now published for Ovid Across Europe

Posted: August 31, 2017
Posted: August 1, 2017
Posted: May 5, 2017
Prof. David d'Avray's Plenary Lecture at Time, the 2017 Oxford Medieval Grad. Conf.
Posted: April 27, 2017
Posted: March 22, 2017
Prof. Helen Cooper: Plenary Address to Wonder, The 2016 Oxford Medieval Grad. Conf.
Posted: April 29, 2016
Prof. Paul Binski's Plenary Address to Colour, the 2015 Oxford Medieval Grad. Conf.
Posted: April 23, 2015
Posted: November 10, 1971