Medieval Latin Reading Group Resumes

British Library, MS Additional 17739 f. 9

The program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies is happy to announce that Medieval Latin Reading Group has resumed. This semester, the group meets every Friday in Kimpel Hall 713 "The Library" at 12:50 pm. Lunch will be provided. 

Anyone with an interest is welcome. Readings vary from week to week, and suggestions for readings will be warmly received.  

The passages are circulated earlier in the week on the MRST listserv. If anyone wishes to be added to it, please contact professor Smith at


Joshua Byron Smith, director, Medieval and Renaissance Studies
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