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  • Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    or economic class and nationality and works to sustain an inclusive environment Notre Dame MS 65 72r The Medieval Institute affirms the understanding that individuals possess innate dignity an idea underscored by the Judeo Christian belief that all persons are made in the image and likeness of God Informed by the University of Notre Dame s Spirit of Inclusion statement 1997 the Medieval Institute welcomes all people regardless of color gender religion ethnicity sexual orientation social or economic class and nationality and works to sustain an inclusive environment Notre Dame MS 65 99r The Medieval Institute affirms the understanding that individuals possess innate dignity an idea underscored by the Judeo Christian belief that all persons are made in the image and likeness of God Informed by the University of Notre Dame s Spirit of Inclusion statement 1997 the Medieval Institute welcomes all people regardless of color gender religion ethnicity sexual orientation social or economic class and nationality and works to sustain an inclusive environment Notre Dame MS 65 7r The Medieval Institute affirms the understanding that individuals possess innate dignity an idea underscored by the Judeo Christian belief that all persons are made in the image and likeness of God Informed by the University of Notre Dame s Spirit of Inclusion statement 1997 the Medieval Institute welcomes all people regardless of color gender religion ethnicity sexual orientation social or economic class and nationality and works to sustain an inclusive environment Notre Dame MS 65 58r The Medieval Institute affirms the understanding that individuals possess innate dignity an idea underscored by the Judeo Christian belief that all persons are made in the image and likeness of God Informed by the University of Notre Dame s Spirit of Inclusion statement 1997 the Medieval Institute welcomes all people regardless of color gender religion

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  • People // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    the College s departments While the MI attracts undergraduate minors from all Colleges and Schools within the University Arts and Letters is the home base for undergraduate majors and graduate students During the past six years the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded the College faculty 44 fellowships more than any other college or university in the country Overall the number of Arts and Letters faculty members who have

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  • Graduate Program // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    Graduate Program T he Medieval Institute prepares its graduates with the professional profile they need for employment in academia typically doing research and teaching in a specific field English philosophy history etc Our program gives students the incomparable benefits of interdisciplinary methods knowledge and perspectives that traditional departmental programs cannot provide Likewise this breadth of training provides strong credentials for non teaching careers suited to a doctorate in medieval studies for example curatorial or library work Because of this special preparation our placement record is very strong and our graduates currently hold positions all over the United States as well as in Canada Students in our program have the opportunity to work with one of the largest contingents of medievalist faculty in the world and they have access to one of the premier library collections for research in medieval studies Competitive fellowship support full tuition coverage and minimal service demands permit students to pursue full time study We also stress professionalization and there is generous funding that allows our students to travel to conferences to present papers to attend job interviews and to conduct research APPLY NOW at the Graduate School website or see more information about applying to our

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  • Undergraduate Program // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    T he Medieval Institute is one of Notre Dame s oldest and most renowned centers of learning It offers an exciting and unparalleled interdisciplinary undergraduate program that embodies the original liberal arts ideal drawing classes and faculty from History Philosophy Theology English Classics Music Romance Languages Art History Anthropology German and Russian Political Science and Irish Language and Literature In addition to its multidisciplinary emphasis Medieval Studies at Notre Dame offers students a unique opportunity to integrate a program of study from the Islamic Jewish Eastern and Western Christian traditions With an emphasis on close reading precise textual analysis careful writing and vigorous discussion the program is designed to foster critical thinking oral and written communication skills and a heightened appreciation of history language religion and culture The breadth and depth of Medieval Studies individually tailored to each student s interests and goals offers its graduates unsurpassed preparation for graduate school law school medical school or various professions in business government education publishing ministry curatorship information library science and other fields Medieval Studies offers four tracks Medieval Studies Major 30 credits Medieval Studies Honors 36 credits Medieval Studies Supplementary Major 24 credits Medieval Studies Minor 15 credits In addition to

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  • Summer Study // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    disciplines that our summer faculty members bring to their teaching and from the smaller enrollments and shorter concentrated duration of most summer classes which also permit sustained and frequent contact between student and teacher While graduate students especially find the summer session to be an ideal opportunity to acquire the skills they need for their degree programs these classes also appeal to others imbued with a love of the Middle Ages Fees and Costs For Summer 2014 Tuition is 950 per undergraduate credit hour 540 per graduate credit hour Currently enrolled ND graduate students may apply for a summer tuition waiver Please consult the Summer Session home page for additional information on housing meals insurance and other fees CARA Tuition Scholarships Each summer two students taking Medieval Latin or Latin Paleography for credit are awarded full tuition scholarships funded by the Medieval Academy through the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations CARA Room and board and all additional fees are the responsibility of the scholarship recipients Scholarship applicants must be student members of the Medieval Academy and may be either advanced undergraduate or graduate students Both elementary and intermediate Classical Latin or the equivalent taken recently for college credit are prerequisites for enrollment in either course For information on joining the Medieval Academy and its very reasonable student dues consult its web site Scholarship applicants are advised to enroll in the course of their choice then submit their scholarship application to the Medieval Institute To apply for one of the CARA scholarships please send a letter of intent a resume two letters of recommendation and a transcript to the address below The deadline for Summer 2014 is May 1 2014 CARA Summer Scholarships Medieval Institute 715 Hesburgh Library University of Notre Dame Notre Dame IN 46556 5629 Course Enrollment Note

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  • Events // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    can find FULL details about our currently scheduled activities and other events of interest to medievalists in our online event calendar Click on the event heading to see a complete description The Upcoming Events view allows you to see a list of activities for the next several months The Events by Month view allows you to see every event currently on our calendar through the current and subsequent years You can go to our Google MI Event Calendar for a quick month by month look at upcoming events and bookmark the page in your web browser or if you have a Google account you can add our MI Event Calendar to your own Google calendar From Google Calendar pull down the menu to the right of Other calendars click on Add by URL and paste in http www google com calendar ical nd edu r9ulnanv7lqles2lup50n15nb4 40group calendar google com public basic ics You can set personal reminders for specific events by clicking on any individual item of interest One of the highlights of our year is May graduation when undergraduate majors and minors along with our M M S degree recipients and Ph D graduates are honored in an all

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  • Medieval Institute Library // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    from around the world come to use the materials collected here The Hesburgh Libraries maintain a web site devoted to the Medieval Institute Library collection with information on holdings use of the facilities and services Highlights These resources may be of special interest New Books new acquisitions within the last 7 days in the Medieval Institute Manuscripts and Facsimiles advanced search for manuscripts and facsimiles Access to the Middle Ages Medieval Manuscripts in Facsimile an introduction to medieval manuscripts and to medieval scripts through a selection of modern facsimile reproductions available at Notre Dame Incunabula a guide to the Library s collections of books printed in Europe before 1501 Medieval Studies a guide to some basic medieval studies reference materials Byzantine Studies Collection includes a description of the Anastos Library collection a 40 000 volume private collection of one of America s leading Byzantinists acquired by Notre Dame in 1997 and links to a basic bibliography for Byzantine Studies and digital resources in Byzantine Studies Byzantine Studies at Notre Dame describes Notre Dame s interdisciplinary academic programs and resources for students and faculty interested in studying Byzantium Ambrosiana Microfilm Collection the Frank M Folsom Microfilm and Photographic Collection consists of positive and negative microfilms of over 10 000 Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts belonging to the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan together with about 50 000 photographs of miniatures illuminated initials and Old Master drawings supplemented by some 15 000 color slides Inventory Catalogues of the Ambrosiana Drawings a database created by Prof Robert Randolf Coleman that catalogues the more than 8 000 drawings by European artists of the 14th through 19th centuries in the Ambrosiana Library Astrik L Gabriel Universities Collection books microfilms and other materials on the history of medieval universities assembled by Astrik Gabriel director of the Medieval Institute

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  • For Visiting Researchers // Medieval Institute // University of Notre Dame
    help expedite trip planning and logistics Day Visitors Alumni and others who are making brief visits to campus are welcome to stop by the MI Reading Room and departmental office 715 Hesburgh Library or browse through the 7th floor medieval studies book collection The Reading Room and department office are open on non holiday weekdays from 8 a m to 5 p m Note that the Reading Room is a quiet study area with scholarly research activities in progress constantly Academic visitors who wish to use the Medieval Institute Library collection for their research should contact Dr Julia Schneider acting medieval studies librarian and discuss their needs well in advance of the time they wish to visit About once a month during the fall and spring semesters the Medieval Institute hosts lectures by prominent medievalists on specialized research topics These presentations usually are open to the public See our event calendar for details or ask to be put on our email list Visiting Scholars It is possible for faculty from other institutions who will be in the area for a limited time to seek temporary formal affiliation as visiting scholars and for graduate students from other universities to seek appointments as research visitors Visiting scholars and research visitors have borrowing access to the MI Library collection and they may use the Library s electronic resources during their stay Applicants should contact Prof John Van Engen director of the Medieval Institute and indicate how the particular resources of the Medieval Institute will assist them These appointments are made at the discretion of the director and only after submission of a research proposal and curriculum vitae Applicants should inquire between six months and one year prior to the time they wish to be in residence in order to allow sufficient time for

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