Join the Club!
The Medieval Studies program offers students the opportunity to become involved in the following:
Gamma Delta Rho - Loyola's (and perhaps the world's!) first-ever Medieval Studies Honors Society! For more information, contact Dr. John Sebastian at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mia Farmer at email@example.com.
New Orleans Medieval Scholars' Discussion Group
This group was formed by the medieval faculty of Loyola with the deisre to provide local medievalists with a venue for intellectual exchange and to encourage camaraderie between medievalists at the colleges and universities of New Orleans. Come meet other scholars even if you haven't read the whole book and help create a New Orleans medieval community. Wine and cheese served!
Previous discussions included:
Jacqueline Cerquiglini Toulet, The Color of Melancholy: The Uses of Books in the Fourteenth Century
David Burr, The Spiritual Franciscans: From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis
Patrick Geary, The Myth of Nations: The Medieval Origins of Europe
For more information, contact Dr. John Sebastian at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
The Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans also supports the publication of Exemplaria, a journal of theory in medieval and Renaissance studies co-founded in 1987 by R. Allen Shoaf of the University of Florida and the late Julian N. Wasserman of Loyola University New Orleans.
For more information, contact John Sebastian at email@example.com.