The history department of the University of Exeter is coordinating an interesting new project in medieval liturgy. It made the news this week with a look at the medieval liturgy for Maundy Thursday. If you follow the link at the end of the article to the university site you find the organizational pages for the project: Interpreting Medieval Liturgy c. 500 – 1500 AD: Text and Performance. It looks like they are hosting some interesting workshops and we can only hope that some of this material will appear online at some point. There is a registration site for scholars working in this area if you would like to contact some of them or have yourself listed.