The Program in Medieval Studies celebrated the graduates of the Class of 2021 on May 24, 2021 via Zoom.
The Program’s Director, Helmut Reimitz (History), began the virtual celebration by welcoming the graduates and associated faculty. The winners of this year’s Joseph R. Strayer Prize in Medieval Studies, Elizabeth Bailey and Ethan Glattfelder, were also announced.
This year’s cohort was fully remote during the pandemic, managing to complete the certificate requirements by taking a vast array of excellent courses, attending weekly Senior Academy colloquia to workshop their writing, and attending presentations from faculty, the library, and affiliate centers and programs related to medieval studies through the newly established Medieval Studies Junior Academy. Their resilience and determination are commendable.
Congratulations and all best wishes to the Class of 2021!
Class of 2021 Certificate Students
Hassan Ahmad, Department of Politics
Elizabeth Bailey, Department of History, co-winner of the Joseph R. Strayer Prize in Medieval Studies
Caroline Buck, Department of History
Peter Foster, Department of History
Ethan Glattfelder, Department of French & Italian, co-winner of the Joseph R. Strayer Prize in Medieval Studies
Avner Goldstein, Department of Classics
Ismary Jimenez, Department of History
Claire McCarriher, Department of Classics
Megan McDonagh, Department of History
Anne Newman, Department of History
Caroline Ortiz, Department of Classics