Welcome to the Iowa Forum for Graduate Medievalists
The Iowa Forum for Graduate Medievalists is an interdisciplinary organization for medievalist graduate students at the University of Iowa.
MEDIEVAL EVENTS THIS SEMESTER
28 February 2013
The Iowa Forum for Graduate Medievalists is pleased to announce that the University of Iowa will host two guest medieval historians this spring semester.
We're excited to welcome such interesting scholars to campus, and hope that you will join us!
- Thursday, 7 March. Professor Richard C. Hoffmann (York University, Toronto). "Higher Authority: the State, Private Rights, and the 'Common Good' in Late Medieval Resource Management." 4:00-6:00p.m., UCC1117. [Facebook Event Page]
- Thursday, 7 March. Medievalist Pot Luck Dinner. Open to all history graduate students and medievalist faculty. 6:15p.m., 1415 Cedar Street. Please RSVP to email@example.com
- Friday, 8 March. "Possible Sources for Environmental History" Roundtable Discussion. With Professor Richard C. Hoffmann (York University, Toronto), Tyler Priest (University of Iowa), Constance H. Berman (University of Iowa) and James Giblin (University of Iowa). 1:00-2:00p.m., 280 SH. [Facebook Event Page]
- Thursday, 2 May. Professor Christopher Schabel (University of Cyprus). "Pope Honorius III (1216-27) and the Greek East." 4:00-6:00p.m., 302 SH. [Facebook Event Page]
IFGM Lecture Series
19 September 2012
The Iowa Forum for Graduate Medievalists is pleased to announce that it will host two guest speakers this fall semester.
- Wednesday, 24 October. Professor Michelle Herder (Cornell College). "The Troubles of Vilanera: Monastic Decline and Failure in Fourteenth-Century Spain." 3:00-5:00p.m., 302SH. [Facebook Event Page]
- Friday, 9 November. Dr. Hilary E. Fox (University of Chicago). " Eadswith's Madness: Mental Illness, Self, and Community in Old English." 3:00-5:00p.m., 302SH. [Facebook Event Page] Dr. Fox's talk will be preceded by a Brown Bag Lunch with graduate students, from 1:00-2:15p.m. in 273SH (History Conference Room).
We're excited to inaugurate our IFGM Lecture Series by welcoming
such accomplished scholars to campus, and hope that you will join
latin reading and paleography group
17 September 2012
Beginning September 21, the IFGM will host an informal weekly Latin
reading and palaeography workgroup. Members are encouraged to bring
along their transcription or translation projects to share with the
group. A projector and document camera will be available. Meetings
will be held from 10:30-11:20a.m. each Friday in 3 Schaeffer Hall.
1 September 2012
Minutes for our most recent meeting are now online. You can find
them at this link.
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