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Medieval Studies Graduate Student Conference

In April, 2002, the UCSB Medieval Studies Program held its first annual graduate student conference, on the subject of "violence." Students presented papers at two different panels at this day-long event, meant to give the opportunity to graduate students to be involved in a conference. Listed below are the programs for current and previous conferences.

Current Conference

Sixth Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2007)

Past Graduate Conferences

Fifth Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2006)

Fourth Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2005)

Third Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2004)

Second Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2003)

First Annual UCSB Medieval Studies Spring Graduate Student Conference (2002)

 

Medieval Studies Events, 2006-2007:

The UCSB medieval studies program is involved in various activities during the year, including the annual graduate student conference (held in the spring), as well as colloquia on various topics of interest within the discipline. To receive updates and information about future events, please subscribe to the medannounce email list.

Currently, this year's events include:

Events for 2005-2006 included:

2006 Colloquium - Death and the Hereafter

2006 Graduate Student Colloquium (8 April 2006)

Lectures by David Abulafia, Robert Swanson, and Pamela Long.

Events for 2004-2005 included:

Events for 2003-2004 included:

© 2006 Edward D. English