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Reception at RSA Toronto
Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies invites you to celebrate its soon-to-be 50th year of publication. Viator was founded at UCLA’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies by Lynn White jr.,...
Celebrating Richard and Mary Rouse
Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019 | 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM | Young Research Library Main Conference Room Throughout their long and productive careers, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus...
CMRS Professor Andrea Moudarres Receives MLA Publication Award
On January 5, 2019, Assistant Professor of Italian Andrea Moudarres received the twenty-first annual Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Publication Award for a Manuscript in Italian Literary Studies from the...
In memoriam: Philip Levine, professor emeritus of classics, dean of humanities, and former acting director of CMRS
Philip Levine, professor emeritus of classics at UCLA and an expert in Latin literature and manuscripts, died on Nov. 25. He was 96. Levine’s research focused on...
Erin Romo, CMRS Program Coordinator
Erin Romo joined CMRS this month as our new Program Coordinator. Erin comes to us with eight years of experience as Special Events Manager and Advancement Events...
What is UCLA-CMRS?
The UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies promotes interdisciplinary and cross-cultural study of the years c. 600-1600 C.E. in order to understand cultural, social, religious, and political issues rooted in the past that continue to resonate in our contemporary world. UCLA-CMRS supports faculty research and teaching. We provide fellowships, research assistantships, travel grants, and other support for students. We host visiting scholars and other researchers in numerous programs. We publish: Viator, one of the most-respected scholarly journals in the field; Comitatus, one of the oldest graduate-student journals, and Cursor Mundi, a series of single-authored books and multi-authored collections. We were founded in 1963 as an Organized Research Unit of the University of California.