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The Dynamic Middle Ages

The Dynamic Middle Ages is a summer school for young medievalists organised by the Higher School of Economics (Professor Mikhail Boytsov), with the support of the German Historical Institute in Moscow (Professor  Sandra Dahlke ). Centre for Medieval Studies regularly invites applications from the graduate students from Russia and other European countries who recently started working on their dissertations. The aim of the School is to provide an international ground for young scholars to discuss their research and methodological findings, and to exchange experiences and professional ideas. The programme of the School comprises of series of discussions of research projects presented by doctoral students and a field seminar at a medieval site or museum in or around Moscow.

 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS May 30, 2020:  The Dynamic Middle Ages III (Moscow, 2020) 

Schools held:

The first international doctoral and post-doctoral school on ‘The Dynamic Middle Ages’ took place in Moscow in 2012 (report in Russian).

The second international doctoral and post-doctoral school on ‘TheDynamic Middle Ages’ was a two-year programme with European partner institutions. It was conducted in two phases, as follows:       

  • 7-10 October 2014 at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) with a focus on “The Dynamics of European Cultures and Societies in the Middle Ages” (report in Russian).
  • 26-29 September  2016 at the Heinrich Heine University ( Düsseldorf , Germany) with a focus on “Materiality and Production in the Middle Ages” (report in Russian).

 


Director of the School:
Professor Mikhail Boytsov (Higher School of Economics, Centre for Medieval Studies). 

Сoordinators: 
Maria Alexandrova (Higher School of Economics, Centre for Medieval Studies),  
Maria Tschassowskaja (German Historical Institute in Moscow).

 

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