Future Conferences

Thinking with Mysticism

Event Date: 
31 May 2019

CREMS, University of York

Call for Papers

This day-symposium will explore how the mystical, the prophetic, enthusiastic or the apophatic were deployed, to political, scientific or artistic purposes. It willlook at what thinkers did with mysticism (broadly defined), the strategies of thought or the practices they developed, and the ways in which they then used these strategies to animate, to energise, to trouble their world.

Negotiations And Negotiating In Historical Perspective

Event Date: 
03 Jun 2019

A Conversation In Early Modern Studies (Centre for Early Modern Studies Graduate Conference)

Kings College London

Scientiae: Early Modern Knowledge

Event Date: 
12 Jun 2019 to 15 Jun 2019


Queen’s University, Belfast


Plenary addresses:

Music and Visual Culture in Renaissance Italy

Event Date: 
13 Jun 2019 to 15 Jun 2019

Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, UK



  • Flora Dennis (Sussex) 
  • Nicoletta Guidobaldi (Bologna)
  • Francois Quiviger (Warburg)


Women, Money and Markets (1600-1900): 'Petty Finance'

Event Date: 
13 Jun 2019 to 14 Jun 2019

Call for Papers 


Third Annual Conference 

University of Sussex



Keynote speakers:


Alannah Tomkin, University of Keele. Professor of Social History and PI of the Small Bills project.


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.



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