The MSSA is an official UNM organization comprised of graduate and undergraduate students from a variety of disciplines and majors who have a common interest: medieval studies and all related topics. The MSSA welcomes students from any major or discipline who are interested in the medieval period.
Our mission as an academic organization is to promote scholarship in medieval studies, both within the UNM community and the greater Albuquerque area. To that end, we organize a number of activities, such as:
Tomorrow night is the screening of Saladin the Victorious, a 1963 Egyptian film (with English subtitles). Check out the IMDb info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057357/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1. This event will be in partnership with Dr. Sarah Davis-Secord's Medieval Crusades and Jihad course. It will be held from 7:00-9:00 pm in Humanities 108.
Every semester, the Medieval Studies Student Association sponsors a colloquium to provide its members with an opportunity to not only share what they are learning and writing about, but to improve those products by gaining feedback from the Medieval Studies community, including IMS faculty. Come see what your fellow students are doing and participate in one of UNM's long-standing academic traditions. Click the title link above for a complete schedule and more info.
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