A key part of the mandate of Environments of Change is public outreach and knowledge mobilization writ large. We accomplish this, in part, through the development of digital tools. At the same time, we support the following ongoing public outreach events

Medieval Lecture Series

St. Jerome’s University, in partnership with the University of Waterloo, launched the Medieval Studies Lecture Series in 2006. Since that time, the Lecture Series has brought together medievalists from across North America to meet with SJU and uWaterloo students and colleagues to examine a variety of interdisciplinary topics pertaining to the Middle Ages. There are normally two lectures in the Fall term, and two more in the Winter. Each lecture is preceded by a public reception. Taken together, receptions and lectures typically last between ninety minutes to two hours. The Lecture Series is open to the public and we invite anyone interested in the Middle Ages to attend, regardless of background, stage of education, or discipline.

For more information please visit the lecture series website.

C.A.M.E.L.O.T. Conference

An annual conference held the Sunday after the Royal Medieval Faire in Waterloo.
For more information, click here.