MEMS and Related Groups and Workshops
FoRMS: The Medieval Lunch Series
Begun in Winter of 2010 by professors Cathy Sanok (English) and Hussein Fancy (History) as the Monday Medieval Brownbag, this series is now being run as a Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop under the rubric "Forum on Research in Medieval Studies" (FoRMS), the Medieval Lunch Series. FoRMS also holds reading group meetings throughout the academic year. Meeting announcements for 2021-22 will be circulated via the mems-grads listserv. Join us on Facebook.
Early Modern Colloquium (EMC)
The Early Modern Colloquium is an organization run by the faculty and graduate students in the English department at the University of Michigan. The purpose of the group is to stimulate the early modern scholarly community at the University of Michigan, to facilitate conversations between students, faculty, visiting scholars, and members of various departments within the University. Open meetings are held several times during the semester, and include panels, symposia, papers, and a conference.
For the full schedule of events and resources, please visit the EMC website.
Eighteenth Century Studies Group (ECSG)
A series of events meant to develop the burgeoning interest in global aspects of eighteenth-century Europe (and beyond). We hope to foster a broad exchange of ideas from scholars in a variety of disciplines.
For a full schedule of events and other information, please visit http://www.umich.edu/~ecsg/