The Trivium Centre, founded October 10th 2006, is a multidisciplinary network between researches and teachers of the University of Tampere. From January 2015 Trivium is an official research centre of The School of Social Sciences and Humanities.

Our purpose is to increase dialogue and encourage study of classical, medieval and renaissance culture, society and everyday life. In addition to promoting networks between disciplines, departments and research groups, The Trivium Centre aims to strenghten relations in international level as well.

The Trivium Centre welcomes activities of all the disciplines concerning classical, medieval or renaissance culture.


  • TUCEMEMS visiting Trivium, February 6. 2015
    The researchers of Turku Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies will visit Trivium. More information:
  • Lecture 'Disabilities in Roman Antiquity' January 20, 2015
    Open IASR lecture by Dr Christian Laes. Pinni B building, lecture hall B1096, address Kanslerinrinne 1. More information here.
  • Passages from Antiquity to the Middle Ages VI: On the Road. Travels, Pilgrimages and Social Interaction. Tampere, August 2015. More information available here.
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