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About 140 UCLA faculty members in 28 different academic departments and programs specialize in some aspect of medieval and/or Renaissance studies. The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies supports the research and teaching activities of these faculty members.

We provide a listing for all classes containing content that pertains to our study areas. Each quarter we update our listing of graduate and undergraduate classes. If you have a class that should be on our listing, please let us know.

CMRS also supports UCLA students by offering awards and fellowships, sponsoring an annual CMRS Seminar, bringing Distinguished Visiting Scholars to UCLA, publishing the graduate student journal Comitatus, and presenting a full calendar of scholarly events (lectures, symposia, and conferences) that students may attend free of charge.

English 15th century Psalter from the Rouse Manuscript Collection.

At the top: a fragment of 8 leaves from a Psalter written in England in the middle of the fifteenth century. Psalms 39 Dixi custodi animas meas. and 110 Dixit Dominus. From the library of Myles Standish Slocum. R.H. & M.A. Rouse MS 108.

At the bottom: The Hours of the Virgin (use of Sarum) and the Hours of the Dead, written in Suffolk probably at Bury St. Edmunds, after 1460 and before 1481. Book of Hours. England (Bury St. Edmunds), S. XV 2/2, open to Folio 16. Rouse MS 52.

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