Baptismal Practices in the Nordic Countries
- The Nordic national churches are in many ways very similar to each other, but they also have characteristic differences in many areas. Some of these we can…
Call for Papers: Antiquity in the Archives
MF CASR and the Norwegian Institute in Rome will be hosting a conference in Rome on May 30-31, 2022. The Call for Papers is now live here — submit your…
MF CASR Book Talks
Encouraged by the success of the MF CASR Lunches, and by popular demand, MF CASR offers a new presentation format: MF CASR Book Talks. MF CASR Book Talks is a…
Start of Spring Semester 2022
Welcome to a new semester at MF!
DEChriM – A Platform for the Study of Early Egyptian Christianity
Visit DEChriMs webpage.
MF CASR Lunches for Spring 2022
MF CASR announces line-up of lunch lectures for Spring 2022.
New MF CASR Fellows
Blossom Stefaniw, Alexandra Konstantinidou, and Esther Brownsmith join as Fellows.
- The living tradition is important to understand the textual tradition
The relationship between religious texts and lived religion is central to Ute Hüsken's research. In her next planned project, she will open up new…
Welcome to MFs' new writing center
Monday 6 September was the official opening of MF's new writing center in the library.
Unveiling the World's Oldest Known Monastery
MF Prof. Victor Ghica Reveals the Finds of his dig at Tall Ğanūb Qaṣr al-‘Ağūz.