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The Art of Disagreeing Badly: Religious Dispute in Early Modern Europe

 

The exhibition "The Art of Disagreeing Badly: Religious Dispute in Early Modern Europe" is now available on an interactive website.

https://social.shorthand.com/DisagreeBadly

Terrors of the Night

Event Date: 
20 May 2017
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe, 7.00pm

Stage reaading of "Terrors of the Night" by Thomas Nashe (published 1594)

http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/education/events/productions/read-not-d...

Performance of Summer's Last Will and Testament by Thomas Nashe

Event Date: 
29 Sep 2017

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe

Tickets: £30 | £20 FoSG & Students | £10 Standing

Directed by Perry Mills, Performed by Edward's Boys from King Edward VI School, Stratford-Upon-Avon 

To book: http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/education/events/productions/edwards-boys

 

Margaret Cavendish PhD at Liverpool Hope

Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille are inviting applications for a PhD scholarship on Margaret Cavendish. The scholarship will fund full tuition fees for three years. The deadline for applications is January 13, 2017. More information can be found at the below link.

http://www.hope.ac.uk/study/postgraduateresearch/phdscholarships-hope-li...

 

New Book Series: Premodern Crime and Punishment

New book series from Amsterdam University Press - proposals sought

Editor-In-Chief
G. Geltner, University of Amsterdam

Editorial Board
I. Alfonso Antón , CCHS Madrid
T. Dean, University of Roehampton
M. Korpiola, University of Turku
C. Lange, Utrecht University

Job Vacancy Assistant Professor, Renaissance Literature

The Department of English in the College of Arts & Science, University of Saskatchewan, invites applications for a three-year appointment in English Renaissance Literature at the Assistant Professor level, to begin July 1, 2017.

Applications will be accepted until 9 January, 2017 or until the position is filled.

SRS Book Prize 2016: Winner Announced

The 2016 SRS book prize was awarded to Kate van Orden for her "Materialities: Books, Readers and the Chanson in Sixteenth Century Europe" (OUP, 2015). One further book was highly commended, Helmer Helmers, "The Royalist Republic: Literature, Politics and Religion in the Anglo-Dutch Public Sphere, 1639-1660" (CUP, 2015).

As ever, the judges were impressed by the high standard of the books entered for the prize and choosing a winner was extremely difficult. The judges are grateful to all the publishers who sent in their books to the committee.

Funding


Main Funding Bodies in Britain and Ireland

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