Literary studies

On Page and Stage: Shakespeare, 1590-1890

Event Date: 
08 Dec 2012

The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies – Bangor-Aberystwyth, the British Shakespeare Association and the School of English, Bangor University, are pleased to announce:

Thomas Harriot Seminar 2012

Event Date: 
15 Dec 2012 to 17 Dec 2012

The Thomas Harriot Seminar (THS) exists to promote the study of the life and times of the Elizabethan mathematician and natural philosopher Thomas Harriot (1560-1621). 

Bonds, Lies, and Circumstances: Discourses of Truth-Telling in the Renaissance

Event Date: 
21 Mar 2013 to 23 Mar 2013

An International and Interdisciplinary Conference

School of English, University of St Andrews

Transforming Early Modern Identities

Event Date: 
12 Oct 2012 to 27 Oct 2012

Early Modern Interdisciplinary Group,
The City University of New York Graduate Center, and 
London Shakespeare Centre and the Arts and Humanities Festival, 
King’s College London


Cultures of War and Conflict Resolution Research Network

Event Date: 
28 Jun 2012

A research network of the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies – Bangor-Aberystwyth

Popular Fiction and the English Renaissance

Event Date: 
14 Apr 2012 to 15 Apr 2012

A Conference at Newcastle University

Summer School: 'Roma in Festa'. Staging and Experiencing Festival Culture in Early Modern Rome

Event Date: 
09 Jul 2012 to 15 Jul 2012

This July, an interdisciplinary summerschool on the rich festival
culture of early modern Rome will be held at at the Academia Belgica in

Space on the Elizabethan Stage, 1576-1599

Event Date: 
30 Mar 2012

Following the opening of The Theatre in 1576, an innovative relationship developed between the newly-permanent space of the stage and the physical place of the theatre. 

Renaissance Old Worlds: English Encounters from the Levant to the Far East

Event Date: 
29 Jun 2012 to 01 Jul 2012

The early modern period saw England establishing its first colonies in the New World, but its ideas and expectations about foreign nations, travel and its identity as a political and economic power on the global stage were influenced largely by its experiences in other distant but familiar nations.

Fools and Folly in Early Modern Europe

Event Date: 
18 Feb 2012

Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture, University of Southampton


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