Future Conferences

Faking it

Event Date: 
15 Aug 2019 to 17 Aug 2019

Forgery and Fabrication in Late Medieval and Early Modern Culture


The University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 15-17th August 2019


Reworking Georgic

Event Date: 
09 Sep 2019 to 10 Sep 2019


University of Leeds 



Confirmed speakers: David Fairer (Leeds), Greg Garrard (British Columbia), Sue Edney (Bristol)  


Including a reading of poetry and prose with Simon Armitage, Helen Jukes, and Jack Thacker


Printers, Stationers, and Booksellers

Event Date: 
12 Sep 2019 to 14 Sep 2019

The People of Print: Printers, Stationers, and Booksellers, c. 1500-1830


Sheffield Hallam University

Society for European Festivals Research Conference 2019

Event Date: 
18 Sep 2019 to 20 Sep 2019

‘The Role of Courtly Spectacle in the Politics and Diplomatic Entanglements of the House of Savoy in the Renaissance and Early Modern Periods (1450–1750)’

State Archives of Turin




Media of Hate

Event Date: 
03 Oct 2019 to 04 Oct 2019

Location: CRASSH, Alison Richards Building, University of Cambridge


For further information, please contact Daniel Trocmé-Latter dt267@cam.ac.uk


Keynote speakers: Alexandra Walsham (University of Cambridge) and Nicholas Thompson (University of Auckland)


Sex and Gender Politics

Event Date: 
09 Oct 2019

CFP: Medieval and Early Modern Studies Symposium

Venue: Northumbria University, Newcastle


Keynote speaker: Dr Elena Woodacre (University of Winchester), author of The Queens Regnant of Navarre: succession, politics and partnership, 1274-1512, lead editor of the Routledge History of Monarchy, founder of the Royal Studies Network


Sixteenth Century Society and Conference

Event Date: 
17 Oct 2019 to 20 Oct 2019

The Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (SCSC) invites proposals for individual presentation submissions and complete panels for its 2019 annual conference. Under the presidency of Walter Melion (Emory), the conference will take place from 17–20 October 2019 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch Hotel in St Louis, Missouri. 


The SCSC was founded to promote scholarship on the early modern era (c. 1450 – c. 1660) and traditionally papers have ranged across the following fields:


Imagining the Apocalypse

Event Date: 
19 Oct 2019

The Courtauld Institute of Art



Civil Religion from Antiquity to the Enlightenment

Event Date: 
23 Oct 2019 to 24 Oct 2019

Civil religion - the belief that public religion could be subsumed within the administration of the state - has long been recognised by intellectual historians of the early modern period as a feature of republican discourse, most often conceived of as an inheritance from ancient Rome. This recognition, however, has allowed civil religion to remain underexplored as an intellectual tradition on its own terms.


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