Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Études Mediévales
FIDEM (The International Federation of Institutes for Medieval Studies) is a non-profit organization founded in 1987.
Its main objectives are to support and foster medieval studies in all areas of knowledge through the organization of meetings, the publication of monographs, and the promotion of a diploma aimed at young researchers.
FIDEM associates, whether institutional or individual, are based throughout the world.
A collection created by FIDEM in 1995 which includes the published proceedings of international congresses and symposia on Medieval Studies, as well as interdisciplinary studies focusing on the intellectual history of the Medieval period. This collection, distributed by Brepols Publishing, comprised over 70 volumes as of 2014.
International network of former students of the European Diploma in Medieval Studies (DEEM), created in 1991 by the International Federation of Institutes for Medieval Studies (FIDEM). The objective of the network is to encourage contact and promote initiatives among medievalists.
FIDEM Congress & Annual Meeting
FIDEM promotes and assists in the organization of international congresses and annual meetings dedicated to issues concerning all aspects of the Middle Ages.
The Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Kent is inviting applications for the ongoing role of Lecturer in Latin and Manuscript Studies. Closing date: 12 Mar 2018
The Ana María Aldama Roy Foundation, which has the principal aim of promoting Latin Studies, invites applications for its 8th lnternational Prize for Doctoral Theses.
This is open to doctoral theses on Christian, Medieval or Renaissance Latin, which have been defended in Spanish or foreign universities and research centres between the 1st of October 2016 and the 30th of September 2017 …
Explicatio & ratio naturae.
Comprensiones medievales sobre el origen del universo
Pamplona, Martes 16 de Enero
Lugar: Aula 36 Ed. Central y Seminario 2280 Ed. Bibliotecas