Our monthly faculty and graduate student meetings are an excellent source of information for interested undergraduates. These meetings give students a chance to hear about the latest research in areas about which they may be especially interested, and get to know both professors and students pursuing scholarly work in the area.
Nebraska provides other opportunities to present on campus, such as the History Graduate Student Association's annual spring James A. Rawley Conference in the Humanities and the Women and Gender Studies Program's No Limits Conference. There is also the Undergraduate Student and Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Poster Session every spring at the UNL Research Fair.
Join the Medieval and Renaissance undergraduates in our club!
UNL's Love Library features a rich source of materials in Medieval & Renaissance Studies. Additional resources may be obtained through InterLibrary Loan (ILL) or electronically through such Internet sites as Labyrinth, Ficino, Cetedoc and the Dartmouth Dante Project Files.
Undergraduate students may also have the opportunity to work with Medieval and Renaissance Studies faculty members on their research through the university's UCARE program. See a list of prior UCARE projects mentored by our faculty
Transcribe UNL's History
University of Nebraska-Lincoln alumni, students, and friends can help the UNL Archives transcribe the text of digitized documents.
Career Experience and Skills
More information on UNL and Nebraska-area opportunities to gain hands-on experience in academic and non-academic careers that rely upon humanities skills.