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Congratulations to Michael Jean and Quinn Radziszewski

January 23, 2012
Michael Jean and Quinn Radziszewski, doctoral candidates in the Department of Greek and Latin, have been admitted into the Greek Palaeography course to be held at Lincoln College, Oxford in the summer of 2012. Both students are writing their dissertations in the field of classical reception...

New Acquisitions: Joseph Lynch Collection

January 3, 2012
Through the generosity of the estate of Joseph Lynch and the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at The Ohio State University, the Center has received an important collection of microfilmed medieval manuscripts and books from the library of Professor Joseph Lynch.

News of our students: Benjamin Durham

December 8, 2011
Ben Durham, a senior majoring in Medieval Studies and Latin, has been awarded a fellowship to the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia.

News of our students: Gabriel Fuchs

December 8, 2011
Gabe Fuchs has been awarded the Sharp-RBS Fellowship at the Rare Book School at the University of Virgina. This fellowship, newly created, provides full support for a doctoral candidate at an American Univeristy.

News of Former Fellows: Jamie Fumo

October 31, 2011
Jamie Fumo, Virginia Brown Fellow 2004, recently published her study of Apollo in the Middle Ages with University of Toronto Press.

News of Former Students: David Gura

October 31, 2011
David T. Gura (PhD 2010) is currently the Curator of Medieval and European Manuscripts in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections in the Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame. Most recently he has pubished "From the Orleanais to Pistoia: The Survival of the Catena...