Trinity Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies]
The Trinity Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, one of the Trinity Research Centres, was established in the spring of 1999 with two major aims:
- to promote interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars working in the fields of Medieval and Renaissance studies both within and outside Trinity;
- and to raise the profile of Medieval and Renaissance studies at a national and an international level.
The Centre organises conferences, seminars, and public lectures on a regular basis, and has recently launched a schools liaison programme. It promotes collaboration through its various Research Networks, which range from Early-Modern Gardens to Chaucer, from Byzantine Studies to Early-Modern Women in Europe. It has a refereed book series 'Court Cultures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance', which is published by Peter Lang. It also offers a taught interdisciplinary M.Phil. in Medieval Language, Literature and Culture. It has developed close ties with a number of other institutions, works closely with the Society for Renaissance Studies and MediumAeveum, and is a member of CARMEN, the Confederation for the Advancement of Research through a Medieval European Network. It has a refereed book series, “Medieval and Renaissance Court Cultures,” published by Brepols.
For further information, please visit https://www.tcd.ie/Medieval_Renaissance/
Dr Sarah Alyn Stacey, FTCD, Académie de Savoie, Department of French/Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland. email: email@example.com; telephone: (00 353 1) 896 2686