The Mediterranean Consortium is a network of Mediterranean Studies program and projects organized by The Mediterranean Seminar. The aim is to facilitate the sharing of resources, the establishment of collaborative programming ventures, cost-sharing and co-ordinating scholarly visits, and the dissemination of information to encourage scholarly collaboration across disciplines and among scholars based in different countries. PIs (Principle Investigators) and Directors of Mediterranean Studies programs and projects are encourage to contact us for further information.

Participating Institutions & Projects:

Auburn University Mediterranean Studies Research Group
Giovanna Summerfield (Education)

Centro di Cultura e Storia Amalfitana (Amalfi, Italy)
Giuseppe Cobalto (Director)

Claremont Colleges Late Antique-Medieval Studies (LAMS)
Kenneth Baxter Wolf (History & Classics, Pomona College)

CU Mediterranean Studies Group (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Brian A. Catlos (Religious Studies, CU Boulder) 
Claire Farago (Art & Art History)

Eastern Mediterranean University
Luca Zavagno (Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities)

Malta Study Center (Hill Museum and Manuscript Library)
Dan Gullo (Curator)

The Mediterranean Chronicle
Vaios Vaiopoulos (History, Ionian University)

Mediterranean Studies: East and West at the Center, 1050-1600 (UCLA)
Zrinka Stahuljak (French and Francophone Studies & CMRS)

Relmin: The Legal Status of Religious Minorities in the Euro-Mediterranean World (5th-15th Centuries)
John Tolan (History, Université de Nantes)

The Spain-North Africa Project (SNAP)
Camilo Gómez-Rivas (Literature, UC Santa Cruz)

University of California Mediterranean Studies Multi-Campus Research Project

UCSC Center for Mediterranean Studies
Sharon Kinoshita (Literature, UC Santa Cruz)

University of California Berkeley
Thomas Dandalet (History, UCB)

University of California Davis
Baki Tezcan (Religious Studies. UCD)

University of California Riverside
Benjamin Liu (Hispanic Studies, UCR)

University of California at San Diego
Oumelbanine Zhiri (Literature, UCSD)

University of California Santa Barbara
Ed English (Medieval Studies, UCSB)

The Malta Study Center of the Hill Monastic Library
Daniel Gullo (Curator)

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Katherine Reyerson (History, U Minnesota)

Université de Paris 8
Claudia Moatti (Classics, U Paris 8/ USC)

Advisory Board & Associates

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