Dies Medievales is an international biennial conference that brings together researchers in the multidisciplinary field of medieval studies. The participants come from different universities in Finland and from different fields, ranging from art history to philology and from archaeology to history. The conference programme consists of keynotes, presentations and panel discussions that address both individual research topics and general trends in the field of medieval studies. The conference languages are Finnish, Swedish, and English. The Valoisa keskiaika [The Light Middle Ages] award given by Glossa will also be announced during the conference.
The 17th Dies Medievales conference will take place in Helsinki, Finland, 7–9 March 2024. It is organized by the University of Helsinki in collaboration with Glossa (the Society for Medieval Studies in Finland).
The conference is financially supported by Suomen Kulttuurirahasto.