News The Arthur of the Low Countries Publication 4 February 2021 The book is edited by Bart Besamusca and Frank Brandsma. Multilingual Literary Cultures in the Middle Ages News 4 February 2021 We invite proposals for informal papers for a series of six e-workshops on the topic of ‘Multilingual Literary Cultures in the Middle Ages’. Delw y Byd Publication 29 January 2021 This edition presents extracts from the medieval Welsh encyclopedia 'Delw y Byd'. A medieval Welsh translation of the first book of the Latin encyclopedia known as 'Imago Mundi'. Confronting crisis in the Carolingian empire Publication 13 November 2020 In May Manchester University Press published 'Confronting crisis in the Carolingian empire', edited and translated by Mayke de Jong. An opportunity for 6 Utrecht humanities scholars to further develop their research ideas News 5 November 2020 This year, six scholars from the Faculty of Humanities will receive a NWO Veni grant of 250,000 euros each. The Similarities Between Sea Monsters and Black Holes In the media 28 August 2020 Surekha Davies compared the discovery of the ocean in the Middle Ages with the discovery of black holes now on the website of Aeon. Frank Brandsma wins James Randall Leader Prize 2019 News 15 June 2020 Frank Brandsma wins the Randall James Leader Prize 2019 with his piece on the 'Roman of Moriaen'. Katell Lavéant awarded fellowship at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study News 8 June 2020 Katell Lavéant has been awarded a fellowship of the NIAS-KNAW. In memoriam of Dr Ulrike Hascher-Burger News 18 May 2020 Musicologist Dr Ulrike Hascher-Burger died on 21 April 2020, aged 64. Who is Wearing the Pants? Relationships between Men and Women in the Early Modern Period News 20 December 2019 The battle of the sexes is one of the most prominent themes in the festive, joyful culture of the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Next page Last page RSS Stay up to date? Subscribe to HUMmagazine, the weekly newsletter of the Faculty of Humanities. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.