• 2016AM_MLA

    Barbara K. Altmann and Rosemary G. Feal, representatives of the Modern Language Association

  • 2016AM_AAR

    Jack Fitzmier and David Harrington Watt, representatives of the American Academy of Religion

  • Journals

    ACLS societies foster high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship in the humanities.

International Center of Medieval Art

Founded: 1956     Admitted to ACLS: 2000

The ICMA promotes the study, understanding, appreciation, and preservation of art works in Europe, the Mediterranean region, Scandinavia, and the Slavic world from ca. 300 to ca. 1500 C.E. These include monuments, objects and sites, both sacred and secular, from Christian, Jewish, Islamic, and other traditions. The ICMA realizes its mission by publishing the scholarly journal GESTA and a series of monographs on medieval art; coordinating conference sessions, symposia, and celebrations related to medieval art; maintaining a publicly accessible website (www.medievalart.org); and producing a Newsletter responsive to the global interests of its membership. The organization is headquartered in New York City, at The Cloisters, the branch museum of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

CEO Representative and Society Contact

Helen C. Evans
International Center of Medieval Art
helen.evans@metmuseum.org
term ends 2/18/2020

Delegate

Lawrence Nees
University of Delaware
nees@udel.edu
term ends 12/31/2019

President

Helen C. Evans
International Center of Medieval Art
helen.evans@metmuseum.org
term ends 2/18/2020

Membership:

Individual: 787

Institutional: 586