Monthly Archives: November 2010

CFP: Colloquium on Evidence and the Early Modern Period: University of Michigan 18th-19th February, 2011

Evidence and the Early Modern Period A conference held by the Early Modern Colloquium The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor February 18th-19th, 2011 Keynote speakers: Mary Floyd-Wilson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Kathy Eden (Columbia University) This conference will center on questions pertaining to the status of evidence in the sixteenth and seventeenth […]

CFP: Charles Schmitt Prize 2011

CHARLES SCHMITT PRIZE 2011 As the result of generous donations from an anonymous donor, the Istanbul Bilgi University, and Routledge, the International Society for Intellectual History is offering, on an annual basis, a prize to honour the contribution of the late Charles Schmitt to intellectual history. The prize is £500, £50 worth of  Routledge books, […]

CFP: Conversion Narratives in the Early Modern World

9-11 June 2011 University of York Keynote speakers: Irene Fosi (Chieti) and Nabil Matar (Minnesota) The period between 1550 and 1700 was one of widespread religious conversion, prompted by the Protestant and Catholic Reformations, encounters between European states and the Ottoman Empire, and the expansion of global trade and exploration. This conference will investigate the […]