Society for Renaissance Studies 9th Biennial Conference

Event Date: 
07 Jul 2020 to 09 Jul 2020

The Society for Renaissance Studies’ Ninth Biennial Conference will take place at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, between Tuesday 7th and Thursday 9th July 2020.

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Renaissance Studies Latest Issue (September 2019)

The latest issue of Renaissance Studies (Vol 33, no. 4, September 2019) is now available on-line via the Wiley-Blackwell website.

Renaissance Academic Drama and the Popular Stage

Event Date: 
11 Jun 2020 to 13 Jun 2020

University of St Andrews

Keynote speakers:

New SRS Postdoctoral Fellows Announced (2019-20)

The Fellowships Committee is pleased to announce Helen Newsome and Xiaona Wang as the winners of this year's Postdoctoral Fellowships Competition (2019-20). Helen will be working on a critical edition of the holograph letters of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots (1489-1541) and Xiaona's project is entitled 'Francis Bacon on attractio and gravitas: Sources, Context, and Later Influence'.

SRS Book Series

This series is dedicated to the exploration of the many cultures of knowledge, learning, reading and performing in the Renaissance and Early Modern world (c.1400-c.1700). We invite high quality proposals for monographs and edited volumes from across the wide range of existing and possible future fields of Renaissance and early modern studies.

 

Modes of Authentication in Early Modern Europe

Event Date: 
04 Jul 2019 to 05 Jul 2019

Warburg House, Hamburg

 

Organisers: Richard Callis (Princeton University), Liesbeth Corens (Queen Mary, University of London), and Tom Tölle (University of Hamburg)

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A most delicious feast

Event Date: 
03 Jul 2019

A Celebration of the Scholarship of Elizabeth Clarke

 

A one-day syposium, Wednesday 3 July 2019 at St Hilda’s College, Oxford, 9am-5pm

 

Speakers include

Matters of Ornament in Early Renaissance Art

Event Date: 
17 May 2019

The SRS Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Alison Wright (UCL), in the Hochhauser Auditorium of the Victoria and Albert Museumat 5.00pm

Sound and the City

Rachel Willie discusses the songs of the street and introduces a new research network, 'Soundscapes in the Early Modern World'.

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