Oxford Medieval Studies is one of the largest forums in the world for interdisciplinary research on the Middle Ages, bringing together over 200 academics and a large body of graduate students. The period of a thousand years from c.500 to c.1500 saw huge social change, political upheaval, technological revolution, intellectual debate, and artistic innovation across Europe and the wider world. In Oxford, medieval studies link disciplines such as Archaeology; Art History; Byzantine Studies; Classics; English; History; European, Middle- and Far-Eastern languages; Music; Philosophy; Theology and Religion; and work with heritage sites and institutions such as the Ashmolean Museum and the Bodleian Library. It also offers an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in Medieval Studies.
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Download here the current Medieval Studies booklet (Spring 2020).
Archived Medieval Studies booklets: Autumn 2019 | Summer 2019 | Spring 2019 | Autumn 2018 | Summer 2018 | Spring 2018 | Autumn 2017 | Summer 2017 | Spring 2017 | Summer 2016 | Spring 2015
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Co-Directors: Henrike Lähnemann and Francis Leneghan
Founding Director: Sophie Marnette