Ars Amicitia: Friendship in Netherlandish Art



VOL. 70 2020


Ars Amicitia: Friendship in Netherlandish Art



Bloomsbury Neo-Latin Series


Studies in Early Modern Latin Literature || Early Modern Texts and Anthologies

New Book Series: New Transculturalisms, 1400–1800

Series Editors: Ann Rosalind Jones, Jyotsna G. Singh, and Mihoko Suzuki


Contact: Megan Laddusaw,


Warburg Institute Funded Research Fellowships

The Warburg Institute is offering four long-term Fellowships for the 2019/20 academic year for either nine or twelve month periods and ten short-term Fellowships available for two, three or four month periods. These awards enable scholars to undertake a period of research in intellectual, cultural or art history at the Warburg Institute. Applicants must already have a PhD in hand at the time of applying in order to be eligible.

The Pulter Project

Wendy Wall (Northwestern University) and Leah Knight (Brock University) are pleased to announce a new open-access resource for exploring the fascinating verse of Hester Pulter (1605-1678): 


The Pulter Project: Poet in the Making



Summer Course for the Study of the Arts in Flanders

Event Date: 
23 Jun 2019 to 03 Jul 2019

Call for applications


Annually, the Summer Course brings a select group of 18 national and international, highly qualified young researchers to Flanders (Belgium). They are offered an intensive 11-day programme of lectures, discussions, and visits related to a specific art historical period of Flemish art. The Summer Course provides the participants with a clear insight into the Flemish art collections from the period at hand, as well as into the current state of research on the topic.


New Book Series: Scientiae Studies

The major premise of the Scientiae Studies series is that knowledge during the early modern period was pre-disciplinary, and that, similarly, theories and practices, confronted with a rapidly growing body of new objects, had yet to be separated into their modern ‘scientific’ conf

New Book Series - Monsters and Marvels: Alterity in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds

This series is dedicated to the study of cultural constructions of difference, abnormality, the monstrous, and the marvelous from multiple disciplinary perspectives, including the history of science and medicine, literary studies, the history of art and architecture, philosophy, gender studies, disability studies, c


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