Art History

Opportunity: AHRC and BBC Workshop on Shakespeare

The AHRC is collaborating with the BBC on a seminar which will bring together BBC commissioning and editorial staff with arts and humanities researchers specialising or with interests in Shakespeare. This seminar will enable BBC staff to meet a range of academics specialising in this field and discuss the latest research with a view to helping to shape and influence BBC coverage. Expressions of interest are invited from researchers from all disciplines within the arts and humanities.

 

 

Cities and Citizens: Durham University

Event Date: 
13 Jul 2015 to 15 Jul 2015

Durham’s Centre for Seventeenth-Century Studies – now part of the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies – has, since its foundation in 1985, organized over a dozen high-profile international conferences. Next year’s conference will address the topic of ‘Cities and Citizens’ and will focus on the ways in which urban centres were perceived, experienced, understood and represented in the ‘long seventeenth century’ (c.1580-1720). The conference will be held within the UNESCO World Heritage Site on Palace Green in the heart of the medieval city of Durham.

 

SRS Conference Southampton 2014

The University of Southampton's Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture hosted the 6th Biennial SRS Conference on the theme of 'Performative Spaces' between 12th and 15th July 2014.

Renaissance Studies Special Issue (Sept 2014): Women and Healthcare in Early Modern Europe

This special issue, Women and Healthcare in Early Modern Europe (Vol. 28, no. 4, September 2014; Guest editor: Sharon T. Strocchia), brings fresh interpretive perspectives and impressive archival research to bear on the reappraisal of women’s medical activities in early modern Europe.

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