Medieval and Early Modern Student Association (MEMSA)
MEMSA lies at the heart of postgraduate participation, fully interdisciplinary in nature, involving postgraduates from all three faculties of the University. All postgraduates working on material relating to the Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern periods, whether reader for taught or research degrees, are invited and encouraged to join.
MEMSA’s primary aim is to promote the sharing of the ideas, questions, and challenges emerging from postgraduate research in order to initiate and galvanise conversations across disciplines. In addition, MEMSA is dedicated to providing warm and supportive relations between MA students and the wider postgraduate research community.
- MEMSA is getting Christmassy - come along to our penultimate seminar tonight at 6pm! https://t.co/XGqfXNC5wG
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- It was an absolute pleasure to have Dame Rosemary Cramp join us at last night's seminar, Ana Moskvina on linearity and Anglo Saxon Identity!
Tweeted on Wed, 26 Oct 2016 12:42:44 +0100
- Ana Moskvina is presenting on 'Line, Space, Ritual, & Anglo-Saxon Identity' TOMORROW, 5.40 at World Heritage Visitor Centre. Come along! :)
Tweeted on Mon, 24 Oct 2016 18:13:52 +0100