Binghamton University Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Medieval and Early Modern Studies enables students to build an interdisciplinary program in the history of political, religious, and social institutions and in cultural production—from science and technology to theatre, literature, music, and art.

Medieval Studies was first established at Binghamton University in 1977, with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. A minor was added shortly thereafter. Comprehensively revised in 2007 for greater flexibility, in keeping with trends in interdisciplinary studies, the major now offers two options - the medieval track and the early modern track. Learn More.

PROGRAMS

MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES (BA)

Graduate Certificate

Minor


MEDIAEVALIA JOURNAL


EVENTS CALENDAR

The Materiality of Medieval Manuscripts

Special exhibition at the Binghamton University Art Museum,
Fine Arts 179 
Jan. 27–May 14, 2022
Hours: Noon-4:00 pm, Tues-Sat. Noon-7:00 pm, Thurs.
Free and open to the public.

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