The Medieval Studies Society is a student organization at the University of Southern Indiana for students who are interested in delving into all things medieval, exploring archeological and textual information about the Middle Ages and learning about the languages and literatures created during the period ca. 500 CE to ca. 1500 CE.
The society holds weekly Book Club meetings as well as monthly topical meetings (interactive workshops) and movie nights. The society meets in the society club room in Orr Center 3047.
If you loved watching Monty Python and the Holy Grail but suspect there must have been more to this thousand year period of art, history, literature and so on than wooden rabbits thrown from a parapet, then join the Medieval Studies Society, and explore the medieval worlds with us through our regular activities... not to mention field trips and medieval food feasts!
Contact Virginia Poston with questions.
The Medieval Studies Society club room is located on the third floor of the Orr Center in room 3047.