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Lectures

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Events

 

ERC-TIDE Seminar: Anglo-Iberian Exchanges
29 January, 2-4pm, FitzHugh Auditorium, Walton Street

 

TIDE Annual Report and Book Launch: The Making of an Imperial Polity by Lauren Working
29 January, 5.30-7pm,  FitzHugh Auditorium, Walton Street

 

Society for Neo-Latin Studies Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop
Warburg Institute, London, 6th February

 

Network Mapping London's Strangers: A Workshop on Integrating Digital Methods with Early Modern Studies
English Faculty, University of Oxford, 12 March (apply by 7 February)

 

Society for Neo-Latin Studies Philip Ford Annual Postgraduate Day
Warburg Institute, 20th March

 

‘‘Courage, Language, Discretion and Learning’: Lancelot Andrewes and Early Modern Religious Culture’
University of York, 20-21 March
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/courage-language-discretion-and-learning-...

 

How to do things with early modern words: Interdisciplinary opportunities, dialogues, and methodologies
Loughborough University, 23-25 April 2020
https://www.aphrabehn.online/project-conference-april-2020/

 

Pulpit, Playhouse, and Page: Theatrical and Non-theatrical Exchange in Early Modern England
28-29 May 2020, University of Sheffield

 

Baroque Latinity
11th–12th September 2020, Churchill College, Cambridge


CFPs

 

500th anniversary of William Cecil, Lord Burghley
St John’s College Cambridge, 17-19 September 2020 (apply by 31 January 2020)
http://www.lordburghley500.org/call-for-papers.html

 

‘Silence to the proclamation!’: a half-day, interdisciplinary symposium upon public performances of authority in early modern England
Jesus College, Oxford, 10th March 2020 (apply by 14 February)

 

‘Sound Affects’
23-24 April, University of York (apply by 28 February)

 

Society for Neo-Latin Studies Philip Ford Postgraduate Day
Warburg Institute, London, 20 March 2020 (apply by 1 March)

 

Cabinet of Curiosities Summer-term Colloquium 2020
University of York, 20th April 2020 (apply by 20 April)

 

Points of Interest: Early Modern Punctuation, On and Off the Page
University of Cambridge, 10-11 September (apply by 30th April)

 

Women and History, c. 1500-Present
Themed Issue of History: Journal of the Historical Association
6000-7000 word articles should be submitted by 30 June.

 

Engelländisch to and fro!
Augsburg, 24-26 September 2020

 

 


Jobs & Funding

 

Full Professor in Early Modern History
University of Luxembourg, apply by 26 February
https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BXY232/full-professor-in-early-modern-history...

 

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