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Marco Graduate Colloquium

The Marco Graduate Colloquium is a recurring series of discussions and lectures meant to help graduate students expand their knowledge about important skills and movements in the fields of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, such as digital humanities. The Colloquium frequently features guest faculty presenters. Other topics include writing cover letters and putting together job portfolios, capstone lectures by graduate students completing the Medieval Certificate Program, and more.

The Colloquium meets several times per semester, and is open to all Marco graduate students. For more information, email, or contact Dr. Gregor Kalas (

Fall 2017 Schedule:

  • Tuesday, September 19 at 12:00 noon: Professor Dawn Coleman of the English Department will talk about her Digital Humanities work with Melville’s Marginalia Online.
  • Tuesday, November 7 at 4:00 pm: Professor Hillary Havens of the English Department will discuss her digital paleography projects.


Past Colloquia:

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