Ghent University invites case studies exploring the ways in which European revenge plays participate in contemporary political, religious, philosophical, legal, economic and gender discourses, in order to make clear the genre’s broader cultural relevance – both in terms of its historical moment and of our analysis of that moment.
Coming right before Halloween and during the Covid-19 pandemic, this free online event will provide a platform where students can learn about and discuss a medieval pandemic. This event will be a series of short, live video talks relating to the Black Death, a pandemic that occurred in the Middle Ages, by members of the Medieval Studies faculty at Winthrop University.
Dear Friends and Members of the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society,
The latest issue of ROMARD will be published in 2021, and the best way to claim your copy is to Renew Your Membership with the MRDS. You may renew your membership online using PayPal, or you may send a check, payable to me, to the following address. Please do not make out the check the MRDS. Thanks for your time. If you have any questions, or if my records are in error, please let me know.