Society for Renaissance Studies 8th Biennial Conference

Event Date: 
03 Jul 2018 to 05 Jul 2018

University of Sheffield

Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Prof. Lyndal Roper (Oxford); Prof. Emma Smith (Oxford); Prof. Feisal Mohamed (CUNY)

SRS Book Series

This series is dedicated to the exploration of the many cultures of knowledge, learning, reading and performing in the Renaissance and Early Modern world (c.1400-c.1700). We invite high quality proposals for monographs and edited volumes from across the wide range of existing and possible future fields of Renaissance and early modern studies.

 

Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (June 2017)

The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 31, no. 3, June 2017) is now available on-line via the Wiley-Blackwell website.

The Uses of Euhemerism: An Interdisciplinary Symposium

Event Date: 
17 Jul 2017 to 18 Jul 2017

 Sir Herbert Grierson Centre for Textual Criticism and Comparative Literary History, in association with the Centre for Early Modern Studies, University of Aberdeen and with support from the Aberdeen Development Trust and the Society for Renaissance Studies (Scotland)

 

12 Month Postdoc on Thomas Browne OUP Edition

MHRA Research Associate for early modern postdoc (1 year, 0.5 post-Dept of English at York), working on OUP edition

http://tinyurl.com/lr7lxsn

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND RELATED LITERATURE, University of York

 

MHRA Research Associateship

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The Department of English at the University of York is delighted to host an MHRA Research Associateship for 12 months on a half-time contract, working with Dr Kevin Killeen as an assistant on The Oxford Works of Sir Thomas Browne.

 

Literary Windows

Event Date: 
25 Sep 2017 to 26 Sep 2017

Imitative Series and Clusters in Literature (Classical to Early Modern)

All Souls’ College, Oxford

 

The Cockpit-Phoenix in Drury Lane: a symposium

Event Date: 
09 Sep 2017

London Metropolitan Archives (LMA), 40 Northampton Road, London EC1

 

Date: 9th September 2017; Time: 10-4pm

 

Zibellini as Animal-Made-Objects

 


This blog post was written by Nicole Mennell, PhD candidate at the University of Sussex. It originally appeared on Sussex's Centre for Early Modern and Medieval Studies' website.

 

 

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