Monthly Archives: January 2011

CFP: Reading Conference in Early Modern Studies, 18-20 July 2011

Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading The Reading Early Modern Conference continues to establish itself as the place where early modernists meet each July for stimulation, conversation and debate. As in previous years, proposals of individual papers and panels are invited on the most interesting developments and research in any aspect of early modern […]

CFP: The British Milton Seminar

SPRING MEETING, 2011, Saturday 19 March 2011 PRELIMINARY NOTICE / CALL FOR PAPERS Venue: In Birmingham Central Library on Saturday 19 March 2011. There will be two sessions, from 11.00 am to 12.30 pm, and from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm. We currently intend that each session will have two papers, for which proposals are […]

CFP: Renaissance Conference of Southern California

CALL FOR PAPERS Renaissance Conference of Southern California 55th Annual Meeting Saturday, 7 May, 2011 Huntington Library, San Marino, CA 2011 Annual Keynote Lecture Bruce R. Smith, Dean’s Professor of English University of Southern California “Taking the Measure of Global Space in Shakespeare’s Theatre” *** The RCSC welcomes paper proposals on the full range of […]

The Royal Touch in Tudor England: Revival and Reformation

Saturday 19th February 2011 2.00 pm Stephen Brogan (Birkbeck and President of the Birkbeck Early Modern Society) Institute of Historical Research, Malet Street, Senate House WC1 Historical Association members free Visitors £3 – no need to pre-book – join as a branch member (£10 p.a.) on the day and admission refunded Enquiries:email or tel. 020-7323-1192 […]

Performing the Book: Multi-Media Histories of Early Modern Britain

February 11, 2011, 9AM to 6:30 PM Alexander Library, 4th floor 169 College Avenue Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Recent scholarship in media theory, digital culture, and the history of the material text has opened up new ways of thinking about intersections of pen, print, sound, and performance in the early modern period. The categories of “new” and […]