The Colloquium for Early Medieval Studies (formerly the Anglo-Saxon Studies Colloquium, ASSC) aims to foster intellectual exchange among faculty and graduate students whose interests embrace the languages, literatures, and cultures of the early Middle Ages, with a focus on northern Europe. We hope to expand the scope of CEMS as we establish ourselves and connect with scholars world-wide. The Colloquium seeks to expand the resources available to scholars from universities and other institutions: we will be hosting online events, conversations, workshops and other as we take advantage of virtual opportunities, especially for those scholars and students in more remote areas. We aim to create a welcoming intellectual community for those interested in early medieval studies, showcasing recent scholarship. If you are interested in becoming an affiliated faculty, scholar, or student, please email us CEMS@columbia.edu
The Tri-State Area CEMS publicizes events locally, connecting students and scholars with one another for in person and hybrid events. You can sign up for local information and events by joining our email list. To join our email list, please send a message to: CEMS@columbia.edu
We are happy to publicize events worldwide and list them here. Please email CEMS@columbia.edu with information.
Stay posted for more events on the horizon!
Recently posted and archived events will be located here.
- New Directions in Indigenous Book HistoryWe invite the general public to join us for a free virtual symposium on “New Directions in Indigenous Book History.” New Directions in Indigenous Book History Free, public virtual symposium to be held on Thursday, March 23rd, and Friday, March 24, 2023 Registration is free and open to the public. Visit the conference website for a full program. READ MORE
- Analogues and Kinship: A Talking CircleMEDIEVAL PASTS / INDIGENOUS FUTURES March 10, 2023 10:30am-3:30pm EST To register to attend in person, click here. For those who would like to attend virtually, please complete ZOOM LINK registration here. Faculty House, Columbia University With Suzanne Conklin Akbari (Princeton University), Tarren Andrews (Yale University, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes), Gage Diabo (Concordia University, READ MORE
- Katherine O’Brien O’KeeffeFebruary 16th, 6 pm, NYU Med-Ren “Praise Zealously, Weep Sorrowfully: Managing Affect in the Old English Metrical Psalms,” NYU MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE CENTER PRESENTSKatherine O’Brien O’Keefe “Praise Zealously, Weep Sorrowfully: Managing Affect in the Old English Metrical Psalms.” Thursday, February 16 at 6:00 PM19 University Place, room 222 The Old English Metrical Psalms of the Paris Psalter READ MORE
- Colonial EntanglementsColonial Entanglements and the Medieval Nordic World: Tensions, Nordic Colonialism and Indigeneity Chair of Nordic History, Universität Greifswald 02-03.02.2023 Colonial Entanglements and the Medieval Nordic World: Tensions, Nordic Colonialism and Indigeneity For livestream link go to: https://geschichte.uni-greifswald.de/ng-tag/ 02-03.02.2023 Location: Konferenzraum, Domstraße 11 (Main University building), 17489 Greifswald Registration and link for streaming: tba Thursday, 02 READ MORE
- Mary Kate HurleyNov 28, 2022, 5:30 PM EST Mary Kate Hurley (Ohio University) Translation Effects: Language, Time, and Continuity in Medieval England For virtual link, please join here: Join Zoom Meetinghttps://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/j/93379592774 754 Schermerhorn Ext Sponsored by CEMS and the Department of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University.
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