Archive: Medieval Studies

5 Articles

News Story

What Do Running a Marathon and Researching a Ph.D. Have in Common? A New Memoir Explores the Connection

Vanessa Corcoran, an advising dean in Georgetown College and a professor in the Department of History, is celebrating International Women’s Day with the publication of her new…

March 7, 2022

News Story

Three College Undergraduate Students Developing Career Skills Through Beeck Center Student Analyst Program

Ethan Fan (C’24), Katie Hawkinson (C’23) and Zega Ras-Work (C’23) were three of the four College undergraduates selected as this year’s student analysts for the Beeck…

October 28, 2021

News Story

Esteemed Poet and Translator Gives Talk on New Book

Dick Davis, globally acknowledged leading translator of Persian poetry, gave a reading from his newly published book The Mirror of My Heart: A Thousand Years of Persian Poetry by…

October 31, 2019

News Story

Medieval Studies Program Changes Name to Reflect Global Perspective

This semester, the Medieval Studies Program at Georgetown College is changing its name to the Global Medieval Studies Program in order to reflect a greater emphasis on the study…

March 28, 2019

News Story

McNamer Book Wins MLA Award

Georgetown College English and medieval studies professor Sarah McNamer was awarded the 2017 Modern Language Association's Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Publication Award for a…

March 26, 2018