The IMR provides an overarching teaching and research community for medieval specialists from a range of disciplinary backgrounds.
Modules and programmes are offered through a number of Nottingham schools and departments. It is possible to focus on a specific topic, or explore connections across a range of disciplines.
As a postgraduate student you are invited to participate in the IMR programme of seminars and workshops, and make your own contribution to the collective knowledge of our researchers.
Dr Chris King showcases The University of Nottingham Museum, one of many resources within the campus and city for scholars of the Middle Ages
Doctoral supervision can be tailored in negotiation with experts in your chosen field.
Please see staff research interests and individual Schools and Departments for PhD/MPhil opportunities.
Classics and Archaeology
Modern Languages (French, German, Spanish, Russian)
Theology and Religious Studies
Medieval studies is offered within a variety of postgraduate disciplines.
Please see individual course profiles for overviews and entry requirements.
Archaeology (MRes, MA)
English Studies (Medieval Pathway - MA)
History (MRes, MA)
Viking and Anglo-Saxon Studies (MA)
Medieval themes and modules are offered across a range of single and joint honours degrees.
These are offered exclusively or collaboratively in the Schools and Departments of:
Cultural, Media and Visual Studies
Russian and Slavonic Studies
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin America Studies
Please see individual course profiles for course overviews, medieval themes and modules, and entry requirements.
History of Art (BA)
Archaeology and History of Art (BA)
Archaeology and Geography (BA)
Archaeology and History (BA)
History of Art and English Studies (BA)
English and History (BA)
French and History (BA)
German and History (BA)
History and History of Art (BA)
History and Politics (BA)
History and Russian and East European Civilisations (BA)
Hispanic Studies and History (BA)
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