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Connected Histories in the Early Modern World

New Book Series from ARC Humanities Press and MIP

SERIES EDITORS:
CHRISTINA LEE Princeton University
JULIA SCHLECK University of Nebraska, Lincoln

ADVISORY BOARD:
SERGE GRUZINSKI National Scientific Research Center, Paris
MICHAEL LAFFAN Princeton University
RICARDO PADRÓN University of Virginia
ELIZABETH RODINI Johns Hopkins University
KAYA ŞAHIN Indiana University, Bloomington

New Book Series: Ludic Cultures, 1100-1700

Call for proposals for a new book series published by Medieval Institute Publications

The series welcomes the submission of both monographs and essay collections that view cultures in Europe and the Americas between 1100 and 1700 through the lens of play.

SERIES EDITORS
BRET ROTHSTEIN (Chair) Indiana University
ALESSANDRO ARCANGELI University of Verona
CHRISTINA NORMORE Northwestern University

New SRS Postdoctoral Fellows Announced (2016-17)

The Fellowships Committee is pleased to announce Leah Astbury and Mark Baker as the winners of this year's Postdoctoral Fellowships Competition (2016-17).

SRS Conference Glasgow 2016

 

SRS2016 as told by you on Twitter

Blogpost by the British School in Rome: BSR in Glasgow - 2016 SRS Bienniel Conference

For more information about the conference and its programme, follow this link.

Beyond Words: Italian Renaissance Books

Event Date: 
22 Sep 2016 to 16 Jan 2017

Exhibition to showcase Boston’s hidden Renaissance manuscripts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston MA.

On View: Sept. 22, 2016 to Jan. 16, 2017

 

 


Edited Collection: Picturing Death 1200-1600

Event Date: 
01 Dec 2016

Proposals sought for chapters in a peer-reviewed edited volume

 

Guidelines for tweeting at SRS Conferences

Twitter is a great medium to involve people who are not physically present in our dialogues; one aim of live tweeting at a conference is to let these people follow our ideas and join in or create a conversation about these ideas if they so wish. Thus, a conference twitter feed allows for our discussions to reach beyond the confines of the lecture room and the conference venue.


Guidelines for tweeting at SRS Conferences

Twitter is a great medium to involve people who are not physically present in our dialogues; one aim of live tweeting at a conference is to let these people follow our ideas and join in or create a conversation about these ideas if they so wish. Thus, a conference twitter feed allows for our discussions to reach beyond the confines of the lecture room and the conference venue.


Hanna Mazheika: SRS Study Fellowship (2016-17)

Awarded £800 to facilitate research in the State Archive in Gdańsk and the Czartoryski Library and the Library of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków.

 

Katherine Fellows: SRS Study Fellowship (2016-17)

 

Awarded £1,200 towards the cost of travel to work in the archives of the Archivio Segreto at the Vatican, Rome

 

Rodrigo Borgia as Papal Vice Chancellor 1457-1492

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