Harvard-Yale Graduate Conference Medieval History


When: Feb 3-4, 2017

Where: Yale University

Deadline: Dec. 15, 2016

We are pleased to announce the Fourth Harvard-Yale Graduate Conference in Medieval History. The conference is co-sponsored by the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library and will be held at Yale University on 3-4 February 2017. The conference is open to all current Harvard and Yale graduate students and is intended to foster discussion and exchange of ideas between our two communities. Papers on any aspect of medieval history are welcome and should be 15 minutes in length.


Students interested in presenting a paper should submit abstracts of no more than 250 words to the organizing committee (harvard.yale.medieval@gmail.com) by 15 December 2016. 


Information on transportation and accommodation will be sent out in late December; in the meantime, feel free to contact the organizing committee with any questions.


To those of you who are not current graduate students, or who are in charge of email lists that reach a graduate student audience, pease feel free to circulate this further. We would appreciate it greatly. 



The Organizing Committee:


Paul Freedman (Yale University)

Dan Smail (Harvard University)

Henry Gruber (graduate co-convener)

Eric Nemarich (graduate co-convener)

Mireille Pardon (graduate co-convener)

Sebastian Rider-Bezerra (graduate co-convener)