Medieval Studies at Princeton University

Program News


MED227 at the Cloisters

Medieval 227, The World of the Middle Ages, Instructor, Professor Sally Poor and students visited The Cloisters on December 7th, 2014.  The Cloisters museum and gardens is the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe.


Madeline McMahon '13, an alumni in Medieval Studies, has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. This award gives outstanding students from outside the United Kingdom the opportunity to pursue postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge.

Professor Karl D. Uitti Memorial Thesis Fund

Medieval Studies co-sponsored trip by Ruwa Alhayek to Amman Jordan, read more

Global Scholar in Medieval Philosophy appointed 2012-2017

Thanks to the efforts of Professors Dan Garber (Philosophy), Vance Smith (English), and Leora Batnitzky (Religion), Princeton has appointed Dominik Perler, Professor of Philosophy at the Humboldt University, as a Global Scholar starting in AY 2012-2013. Professor Perler will visit Princeton for two months per year to hold block seminars or reading groups and public lectures. His first visit is scheduled for February-March 2013.