In addition to its own events, the Society regularly sponsors over a dozen other conferences each year. If you are a Society member, you can apply for conference funding here

Events Calendar

Pfaff at 50: New Devotions and Religious Change in Late Medieval England. Celebrating 50 years of Richard Pfaff's New Liturgical Feasts

0707-222222 (TBA) University of Nottingham

The 2021 MAE Lecture: Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Women and Multilingualism in Late Medieval England

June 4, 2021 Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York

DarkArchives 20/21

January 1, 2021 Online (Zoom /

Polyphonic Communities: Ways of Belonging in the Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World

0101-212121 (TBA) Exeter College…

The Medieval Inquisition

November 5, 2020 Online (Zoom /

Comparative Afterlives: Medieval Eurasian Heavens and Hells

November 3, 2020 Online (Zoom /

The 2020 Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference

September 29, 2020

Dark Archives 20/20

September 8, 2020 Online (Zoom /

Medieval Cultures: Conversations and Confrontations

March 27, 2020 University of Reading

Decoding the Past: Critical Editions and Their Editors

November 1, 2019 The Trinity Long Room Hub

Teaching the Codex III: Decentring the Codex

October 24, 2019 Merton College

Dark Archives: A Conference on the Medieval Unread and Unreadable

September 10, 2019 English Faculty, Oxford

Constructing the Public Intellectual in the Premodern World

September 5, 2019 University of Manchester

International Medievalisms Conference

June 27, 2019 Maynooth University

Speaking Internationally: Medieval Women’s Literary Culture and the Canon in the Global Middle Ages

June 26, 2019 Bangor University, Wales

Old Norse Poetry in Performance: Text and Texture

June 22, 2019 Christ Church College

Mediating Dante

June 21, 2019 University College Cork

Angels in the Medieval World

June 1, 2019 University of York

Power of the Bishop IV: Bishop as Patron from Late Antiquity to 1500

May 30, 2019 Sarum College, Salisbury

The 2019 MÆ AGM and Lecture - David d'Avray (UCL), 'How to explain the Medieval Papacy'

April 27, 2019 University of Birmingham

The Early English Drama and Performance Network Graduate and Early Career Symposium.

April 11, 2019 Fribourg

Crossing Boundaries?: Trade and Connections on the Medieval Mediterranean

April 10, 2019 Woolf Institute

Deviance: The 2019 Oxford Medieval Graduate Conference

April 5, 2019 Kellogg College


A detail from the tomb of Giovanni da Legnano (d. 1383), Museo civico medievale, Bologna.