Future Conferences

The Politics of Form in Early Modern Europe

Event Date: 
27 Jun 2019 to 28 Jun 2019

Université Paris-Est Créteil / Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3

Civility and Incivility in Early Modern Britain, 1500-1700

Event Date: 
28 Jun 2019

Call for Papers

Oriel College, Oxford


Recent years have seen an increased scholarly interest in early modern ideas about civility. Although often associated with urbanity, gentility, or refinement, this conference will explore ideas of civility more broadly, asking how the limits of acceptable behaviour and discourse were defined, enforced, and negotiated in early modern Britain.


A most delicious feast

Event Date: 
03 Jul 2019

A Celebration of the Scholarship of Elizabeth Clarke


A one-day syposium, Wednesday 3 July 2019 at St Hilda’s College, Oxford, 9am-5pm


Speakers include

Changing Histories: Rethinking the early modern history play

Event Date: 
04 Jul 2019 to 05 Jul 2019

King’s College London, hosted by the London Shakespeare Centre


Confirmed plenary speakers: Tracey Hill (Bath Spa University); Paulina Kewes (University of Oxford); and Emma Smith (University of Oxford)

CFP deadline: 31 January 2019

Movement and Mobility in the Medieval Mediterranean (6th – 15th Centuries)

Event Date: 
08 Jul 2019 to 11 Jul 2019

Barcelona, Institut D’estudis Catalans (Iec), 8 ‐ 11 July 2019


ISECS International Congress on the Enlightenment

Event Date: 
14 Jul 2019 to 19 Jul 2019

The British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is delighted to host the ISECS International Congress on the Enlightenment at the University of Edinburgh on 14–19 July 2019 with the theme ‘Enlightenment Identities’.



The final deadline for submission of papers and panel proposals is Friday 1 February 2019. You will be notified by Friday 15 March 2019 if your proposal has been accepted.


Durham Early Modern Studies Conference 2019

Event Date: 
22 Jul 2019 to 24 Jul 2019


Durham University, Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies


Writing Home: Literatures of Place and Belonging, 1300-1600

Event Date: 
25 Jul 2019 to 26 Jul 2019

The University of Liverpool


This two-day conference exploring how ideas of home took shape in the literatures of the late medieval and early modern periods. We’ll consider how both physical and abstract parameters of home were conceptualised by writers, and how these ideas changed over time and space in response to religious, political, and economic upheaval, civil unrest, and human and cultural migration. We welcome abstracts of no more than 300 words for 20-minute papers on a variety of topics including, though not limited to, the following:


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