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The St Andrews Book Conference: Print and Power

Event Date: 
21 Jun 2018 to 23 Jun 2018

In the early modern period print could make or break power. While scholars have focussed mainly on efforts by authorities to restrict the circulation of printed texts, civic and ecclesiastical authorities recognised the potential as well as the dangers of this new technology. Cardinal Raymond Peraudi fully embraced the advantages offered by the new medium of print. On his fundraising campaign in the Holy Roman Empire he commissioned thousands of indulgence certificates and papal bulls.

Literary Form After Matter, 1500-1700

Event Date: 
22 Jun 2018

 

Shulman Auditorium, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford

 

Call for Papers:

 

The 33 John Donne Society Annual Conference

Event Date: 
27 Jun 2018 to 30 Jun 2018

 

The conference will exceptionally take place in Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

- CALL FOR PAPERS - 

 

Reimagining Records

Event Date: 
28 Jun 2018 to 29 Jun 2018

The National Archives, Kew

 

Society for Renaissance Studies 8th Biennial Conference

Event Date: 
03 Jul 2018 to 05 Jul 2018

University of Sheffield

Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Prof. Stephen Campbell (Johns Hopkins); Prof. Lyndal Roper (Oxford); Prof. Emma Smith (Oxford); Prof. Feisal Mohamed (CUNY)

Religion and the Life Cycle, 1500-1800

Event Date: 
06 Jul 2018

 

Queen Mary University of London


 

Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender and the Crown

Event Date: 
09 Jul 2018 to 12 Jul 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS

Kings & Queens Conference 7

The Kings & Queens conference series will be hosted by Historic Royal Palaces and the University of Winchester for its seventh edition on 9-12 July 2018. The first day will be held at Hampton Court Palace with the remaining days at the University of Winchester.

Humour and Obscenity in the Medieval and Early Modern World

Event Date: 
09 Jul 2018 to 10 Jul 2018

 

Durham Castle Senate Suite

 

We are delighted to announce that the Call for Papers for the twelfth annual MEMSA (Medieval and Early Modern Student Association) Conference in Durham is now open.

 

The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Humour and Obscenity in the Medieval and Early Modern World’. We welcome 20 minute papers on any topic broadly related to these themes, from postgraduates and early career researchers in any discipline.

 

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