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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.

 

SRS@50

We are pleased to announce three events to celebrate fifty years of the Society for Renaissance Studies.

Book Launch: Maladies and Medicine: Exploring Health and Healing, 1540-1740

Event Date: 
09 Aug 2017

 

by Jennifer Evans and Sara Read

Loughborough University, London, 5.30 pm.


Meet the authors and pick up your signed copy at a special launch event discounted price

The Garden at War

Event Date: 
08 Jul 2017 to 09 Sep 2017

New exhibition questions the growing importance of ecology in curatorial practice.

 

 

With the recent US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement our impact on the natural world is a hot political topic. This Summer an important new exhibition will open at Stowe House to question the growing concerns around our relationship with the natural world.

 

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.

Christianities Before Modernity

New book series from MIP

SERIES EDITORS

RABIA GREGORY, University of Missouri, Columbia
KATHLEEN E. KENNEDY, Pennsylvania State University, Brandywine
SUSANNA A. THROOP, Ursinus College
CHARLENE VILLASEÑOR BLACK, UCLA

ADVISORY BOARD

Adnan A. Husain, Queen’s University
István Perczel, Central European University
Eyal Poleg, Queen Mary University of London
Carl S. Watkins, Magdalene College, Cambridge

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

(Ref: 5751)

 

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.

 

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