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The Fairfax 400th Anniversary Conference

Event Date: 
30 Jun 2012 to 01 Jul 2012

This two-day interdisciplinary conference will investigate the impact of Sir Thomas Fairfax (1612–1671) upon his time and contemporaries.

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

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
Rome. 

Venetian Seminar

Event Date: 
12 May 2012

The Venetian Seminar is a peripatetic one-day workshop which has a long history of bringing together scholars of history, art history, literature and linguistics who study Venice and Italy.

Special Lecture: "Policia and the Plaza: Utopia and Dystopia in the Colonial City"

Event Date: 
24 Jan 2012

Special Guest Lecture by Professor Richard L. Kagan, Johns Hopkins University
Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Liverpool, 24 January 2012

Topics: 

Call for Papers: Fairfax 400 Anniversary Conference

Event Date: 
30 Jun 2012 to 01 Jul 2012

Fairfax 400 Anniversary Conference

Marc Fitch House

University of Leicester

Renaissance Italy and the Idea of Spain (1492-1700)

Event Date: 
12 Jan 2012 to 14 Jan 2012

St Edmund Hall, Oxford

A conference that explores the perception of Spain and the Habsburg monarchy in early modern Italy.

Dynastic Identitity in Early Modern Europe: the dynamics of aristocratic identity formation in comparative perspective

Event Date: 
06 Oct 2011 to 07 Oct 2011

Scholars from all over Europe will address the dynastic identity of aristocratic houses in Ireland, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, France, Spain, Italy and the Austrian Habsburg monarchy. 

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The Politics of Things: Material Cultures Seminar

Event Date: 
23 Jun 2011

The Open University, Milton Keynes
Library Presentation Room, Ground Floor Library

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