There are many resources available to students and faculty at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in support of scholarship in the medieval area.
Libraries and Archives
Foremost among these resources are access to the university’s impressive Memorial Library, including its Special Collections, whose holdings include manuscripts and early modern print books.
The Chazen Museum of Art houses not only collections of early art (including devotional objects, carvings, paintings, and sculpture) but also the Kohler Art Library, which contains extensive holdings in art history and visual culture.
Faculty and students also have access to the collections of both the Newberry Library in Chicago and the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC through our membership in the Newberry Library Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Interested faculty and graduate students desiring funding for research purposes or to attend a seminar or other event at either of these institutions should contact our university’s Consortium Representative (Thomas Dale, firstname.lastname@example.org) with details of the request for funding.
Current Newberry Library programs can be found at:
Current Folger Shakespeare Library programs can be found at:
For more specifics about the reimbursement process, please consult the Newberry Library Consortium website:
Research Support for Graduate Students
The Lemoine-Midelfort Fellowship was established several years ago as a memorial to Professor Fannie Lemoine (Classics and Comparative Literature)One award is made annually. The fellowship is intended to assist a dissertator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with travel or other expenses that will allow significant advancement towards completion of the dissertation on a medieval topic.The most recent call for applications can be found here.
Newberry Library Consortium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Vilas Conference Presentation Funds
Vilas Research Travel Grants
Center for Early Modern and Renaissance Studies