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Background Information

Employment History

Writer and Director

The Evellum Group

Professor of Medieval Studies

The University of Melbourne

Associate Professor

The University of Melbourne

Honours Coordinator ( Incl. P and G Dip Coordinator )

The University of Melbourne

Saints

Ice Hockey Victoria

Senior Vice President

Ice Hockey Victoria

Tange Tournament Director

Ice Hockey Victoria

President

The Saints Monarchs Ice Hockey Club

Affiliations

Founder
The Evellum Group

Honorary Professor
School of Culture and Communication

Education



University of Toronto

PhD
Medieval Studies

Web References (63 Total References)


Evellum - Bernard J. Muir

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Bernard J. Muir

38 York Street


Evellum - The Making of a Medieval Manuscript

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Bernard J. Muir Writer / Director


Evellum - Online Courses

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Depending upon demand, courses are taught up to three times a year by Bernard Muir, Professor of Medieval Studies. He is the author of Evellum's digital programs and founder of the Evellum Scriptorium Series.

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At the end of the course you receive a certificate verifying that you have successfully completed a course of study under Professor Muir. Scholars from all over the world have acquired this advanced skill during the past dozen years.


Research Projects : Research : The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies : The Faculty of Arts : The University of Melbourne

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Researchers: Professor Bernard J Muir, Dr KO Chong-Gossard

Project administered by the School of Culture and Communication.


News : School of Historical Studies : The Faculty of Arts : The University of Melbourne

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Professor Bernard J Muir, Dr KO Chong-Gossard for Discovery project Transformations of Terence: ancient drama, new media, and contemporary reception (2011-2013)

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K.O. Chong-Gossard (Classics and Archaeology) has won an ARC Discovery Project grant with co-Chief Investigator Bernard Muir (Honorary Professor, School of Culture and Communication), for a project entitled "The Transformations of Terence: Ancient Drama, New Media, and Contemporary Reception.

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