Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Binghamton University's Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CEMERS) is an organized research center that coordinates and disseminates scholarship in medieval and early modern studies in association with a range of departments and programs on campus. The Center organizes interdisciplinary conferences, lecture series, and workshops; CEMERS also administers undergraduate and graduate programs in Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Read more about CEMERS.

Announcements

Spring 2017 Bus Trip to New York City

The bus trip will be held on March 17, 2017.

For all the information about the event click here to view the flyer.

The seats on the bus are sold out! We look forward to the trip.

 

 

CEMERS Spring 2017 Lecture Series

We have seven lectures on the calendar for the Spring 2017 semester.

To view the calendar click here.

 

 

Mediaevalia 36/37 (2015/2016)

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Special Issue, “Medieval Futures”

This special issue of Mediaevalia contains essays by past and present CEMERS faculty and doctoral students. Guest-edited by Marilynn Desmond, the twelve essays in this issue address the concept of futurity in medieval cultures in order to celebrate the past and future of medieval studies at Binghamton University. More Info.

Last Updated: 2/25/17