Institute for Classical
and Medieval Studies
The Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies welcomes all those from Western New York and beyond who are interested in a community dedicated to enriching lives through intellectual engagement. A collaborative effort of faculty and students from the Departments of Classics, English, Fine Arts, History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies and Theology at Canisius College, ICMS has as its primary focus the rich literary and material cultures of the Classical World and Middle Ages.
Gender, Race, & Ethnicity in the Classical World
March Brown Bag Seminar: Archaeological Excavations at Podere Cannicci, Italy
POSTPONED UNTIL FALL
Lifelong Learners: Arthur, The Once & Future King
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Minor in Medieval Studies!!
The minor in Medieval Studies at Canisius College is an interdisciplinary program designed to explore the events, peoples, arts, and ideas of the 5th through 15th centuries and to examine how medieval society and culture shaped our own world. See the link to the right for more information.
Partners in Scholarship
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Due to the social-distancing needed to continue combating the global COVID-19 virus, our upcoming events have been cancelled for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. See the left sidebar for details. Thank you for your patience and your support.
What We Offer:
Participants in ICMS are invited to take advantage of a range of Institute activities.
In The News
Lost Anglo-Saxon Monastery Discovered. It Might be Where England’s First King was Crowned.
Read the article here.
Gratissimum. Ἀσπάζομαι. Wilgeest. Welcome.
We have a new Partner in Scholarship!
The Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester
When is is safe to hold events again, we will share their plans with our community. We are excited to include our neighbors from down the I-90 in this program.
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