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  • Is an Embryo A Person? A Medieval View: The abortion rights debate will go into the future, but it started long ago. In today’s Academic Minute, Binghamton University’s Olivia Holmes looks deep into the history. Holmes is a professor of medieval studies and English and director of the Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies at Binghamton. Listen Now
  • Prof. Patterson’s class, French Before France, did a project transcribing, translating, and analyzing aspects of a 15th century manuscript of Les Sept fruits de tribulacion on loan this semester as part of the Manuscripts in the Curriculum from Enluminures at the lower galleries of the Binghamton University Art Museum. (Pictured: Lexie Keough, Elliot Morse, Emily Ronan and Jeanette Patterson.)
  • Mapping Manuscript Migrations: Tracking the Travels of 220,000 Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - Click to Watch Lecture
  • Shakespeare Lightning Round: David Sterling Brown - Read More
  • CEMERS fellow David Sterling Brown just released the Folger Shakespeare Library Shakespeare Unlimited podcast: “Black Lives Matter in Titus Andronicus” - Read More
  • It’s Time to End the Publishing Gatekeeping - Read More
  • Medievalists of Color Statement Regarding the Violent Murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony Mcdade - Read More