Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS)
The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies is a talented community of academics, curators, students, practitioners, and volunteers, covering a global range of areas from Late Antiquity to the late eighteenth century. The institute promotes the standing of Durham’s research, it’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its museums and collections, by initiating, co-ordinating and supporting networks, programmes and projects for both specialists and the wider public.
As the academic hub for Durham’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the institute champions a framework for rigorous research, impact, and dissemination, in order to strengthen the global understanding and appreciation of one of Europe’s great Palatinates. The institute's research covers a comprehensive range of areas from Late Antiquity to the late eighteenth century, with a global range from the Silk Road to the Anglo-Saxon and Viking North.
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