We offer an undergraduate certificate and minor, as well as a graduate minor and area certificate.
An active program
We host a variety events each year, including Mediaevalia at the Lilly Library and our annual spring symposium. Our student community is engaged and participates in reading groups, lectures, and workshops throughout the year. We also house an ongoing resource, the Journals Initiative, which supports the publication of three journals.
Curious about the medieval period?
Consider taking one of the 65+ course offerings and explore the medieval era through a variety of disciplines, including art history, music, religious studies, languages, literature, philosophy, gender studies, and more.
Connections across campus
Our faculty come from 20 academic departments and programs across campus, contributing to the breadth and depth of our Medieval Studies program. IU Bloomington offers 70+ languages, including Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Tibetan, Mongolian, Chinese, and Japanese. And, IU is home to extraordinary resources, such as the medieval collections at the Lilly Library of rare books, and the Early Music Institute of the world-famous Jacobs School of Music.