Welcome to the Global Medieval Studies Program!
Global Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary program of study connecting faculty and students from over fifteen departments at Georgetown and spanning Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2023 Global Medieval Studies Awards for Academic Excellence! Read more about each of the projects here.
Join us on Wednesday, November 9th for a talk on Native American literature with Professor Birgit Rasmussen In McGhee Library located in ICC 301!
Congratulations to Dr. Suzanne Stetkevych on winning the 2022 King Faisal Prize in Arabic Language and Literature! Dr. Stetkevych is one of our program’s affiliated faculty, and Global Medieval Studies is incredibly grateful for her expertise and scholarship. See the full news release announcing the prize here.
Congratulations to Visiting Researcher Dr. Laura Morreale for winning the MAA’s 2022 Digital Humanities and Multimedia Prize for her work on the web-based research project DALME: The Documentary Archaeology of Late Medieval Europe! More information about the prize and Dr. Morreale’s work can be found here.
The Global Medieval Studies Program welcomes input from the Georgetown community. Please suggest future speakers and events with our digital submission box (new window).
Courses in Global Medieval Studies
Our majors and minors can take courses about everything from witches to world literature. Click here to see the courses cross-listed with MVST in the spring semester.
Learn more about The Deiphira Project!
Learn about the Deiphira Project, an international scholarly collaboration to transcribe, translate, and study one manuscript of the Deiphira, Leon Battista Alberti’s treatise on love.