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Medieval Studies News

Medieval historian from Princeton University to speak at annual Ewing Lecture Series

Medieval historian William Chester Jordan, Ph.D., of Princeton University will speak at this year’s annual Ewing Lecture Series. His talk, entitled “The Harvest Indeed is Great, but the Labourers are Few”: Strangers in the Medieval Countryside, will be delivered on Thursday, March 10, 7:30 p.m., in the Academic Center, D-001. Jordan was previously slated to speak at Lycoming in March of 2020, but the event was postponed due to Covid-19 concerns.

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Bourgeoning medievalists share research at annual conference

Near the close of the fall semester, seven Lycoming College students presented papers at the Fourteenth Undergraduate Conference in Medieval & Early Modern Studies at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa. The conference provides students with the opportunity to share their research in a professional setting with peers and faculty from across the country. This year, the conference drew more than seventy students from Virginia to New York.

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Beyond the classroom: Lycoming College provides students with enriching travel experiences

This spring provided excitement and adventure for many Lycoming College students as they broadened their horizons and traveled to various parts of the world for a variety of learning opportunities. Four May Term courses provided 55 students travel experiences to England, France, Spain, the Dominican Republic, and the Adirondacks.

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Lycoming College professor named mediaeval fellow at University of St. Andrews, Scotland

Cullen Chandler, Ph.D., associate professor of history and department chair, as well as director of the Scholars Program at Lycoming College, has been appointed the Donald Bullough Fellow in Mediaeval History by the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

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