UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
The UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of California at Los Angeles, which promotes studies from late Antiquity to the mid-seventeenth century. The CMRS sponsors lectures, seminars, and academic conferences. The CMRS also hosts visiting scholars and researchers.
The Director is Massimo Ciavolella (UCLA, Italian Department).
- Viator -- scholarly journal
- Comitatus -- graduate-student journal
- Cursor Mundi -- interdisciplinary series published with Brepols Publishers
- International Encyclopaedia for the Middle Ages-Online (IEMA) -- online medieval encyclopedia covering 300-1500AD, published with Brepols Publishers
- Repertorium Columbianum -- collection of sources pertaining to Christopher Columbus
- Humana Civilitas Series -- published between 1976-1989
Awards and Fellowships
- Fredi Chiappelli Travel Fellowships -- for research travel for UCLA graduate students
- George T. and Margaret W. Romani Fellowships -- substantial award for UCLA graduate students nominated by their academic department
- Interdisciplinary Research Grants -- for interdisciplinary, faculty and/or graduate student teams
- Lynn and Maude White Fellowship -- substantial award for UCLA graduate student for dissertation research and travel
- Research Assistantships -- for UCLA graduate students
- Summer Fellows -- for visiting scholars holding a PhD