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Language and knowledge in early modern Britain

Event Date: 
15 Nov 2019 to 16 Nov 2019

circulating words, expanding lexicons



Organised by the universities of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris Diderot, Paris Nanterre, Angers, and the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, as part of a series of events devoted to the uses of polyglossia in the early modern period, and sponsored by the Institut Universitaire de France.


Confirmed keynote speaker: Philip Durkin, Oxford English Dictionary


Un-making Architecture

Event Date: 
12 Feb 2020 to 15 Feb 2020

Jason Eugene Nguyen, Getty Research Institute (jason.e.nguyen@gmail.com)
Elizabeth J. Petcu, University of Edinburgh (epetcu@ed.ac.uk)

Call for Papers:

Un-making Architecture

Session at the College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago,12-15 February, 2020

Willem Goeree and the production of knowledge in the early modern Netherlands

Event Date: 
27 Mar 2020

A one-day interdisciplinary workshop 

National Library of the Netherlands (Nationale Bibliotheek, KB), The Hague


Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting

Event Date: 
02 Apr 2020 to 04 Apr 2020

Philadelphia Marriott Downtown

Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown






Conference hashtag: #RenSA20


Submission deadline: 15 August 2019

Political Violence and its Critics in the Early Modern Iberian Worlds

Event Date: 
02 Apr 2020 to 04 Apr 2020

Annual Conference of the Renaissance Society of America, Philadelphia


Organizers: Harald Braun (Liverpool University) and Fabien Montcher (Saint Louis University)


How to do things with early modern words

Event Date: 
23 Apr 2020 to 25 Apr 2020

Interdisciplinary opportunities, dialogues, and methodologies;


Loughborough University, UK


The Senses in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Hearing and Auditory Perception

Event Date: 
24 Apr 2020 to 25 Apr 2020

Trinity College Dublin


Call for Papers

Proposals for papers are invited for a conference on The Senses in Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Hearing and Auditory Perception, which aims to provide an international and interdisciplinary forum for researchers with an interest in the history of the senses in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Keynote Speaker: Professor David Hendy, University of Sussex, "Echoes on the Air: How Modern Media Evoke and Dramatize the Sounds of the Distant Past"


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