This page is devoted to news about the Institute, its fellows and programs, as well as items of interest to the wider medieval community.
The Academic Council of the Institute would like to announce a new deadline and application form for scholars who are applying to become Institute Visitors, as well as a new teaching opportunity for the Institute’s Mellon Fellows.
Johns Hopkins University's Stulman Program in Jewish Studies has organized a virtual Book Symposium on a recent PIMS publication, Pinchas Roth's In This Land: Jewish Life and Legal Culture in Late Medieval Provence. The symposium will take place on Sunday 31 October via Zoom.
Congratulations to Talia Zajac (Mellon Fellow, 2020–2021), who started a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship at the John Rylands Research Institute and Library at the University of Manchester this past May.
Prizes & Awards
Congratulations to Katie Bugyis, former Mellon Fellow at PIMS, whose book The Care of Nuns: The Ministries of Benedictine Women in England during the Central Middle Ages has won the 2020 Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize of the American Society of Church History.
Congratulations to Lydia Walker, who will be a Visiting Instructor at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette for the Spring semester.