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Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Welcome to another academic year!

We are pleased to announce a new crew of books by our esteemed faculty members. This is what keeps Medieval and Early Modern Studies relevant and intriguing.  I hope you will enjoy exploring our New Faculty Books.

Achim Timmermann, MEMS Director


Digital Resources: A Work in Progress

111820  Premodern Women Artists and Patrons: A Global Bibliography. Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance/Early Modern

Race and Visual Representation in European Culture c.1300-1700

Mapping Eastern Europe

To access content, users can choose to navigate a map of Eastern Europe, discovering the variety of materials on the website, or they can delve into the individual pages related to historical overviews, object and monument case studies, short notices about ongoing projects, and reviews of books and exhibitions. Our content is intended for students, teachers, scholars, and non-specialists!   This project - part of our North of Byzantium (NoB) initiative - was developed and launched with generous support from the “Rapid Response Magic Project of the Princeton University Humanities Council.” 

At Michigan, Medieval and Early Modern Studies is an interdisciplinary program with students and faculty from many departments and degree programs across the university. Among similar programs nationally and internationally, MEMS is distinctive because of its global conception—embracing work on the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas as well as Europe, the traditional focus of MEMS scholarship.