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Galatea 101: Performing John Lyly in the 21st Century

Galatea (c.1584) enjoyed some more research and development with actors in August 2021, as it heads towards a production in collaboration with Wildworks, when director Emma Frankland gathered theatremakers at the 101 Outdoor Creation Space (thanks to...
From: Before Shakespeare on 20 Sep 2021

CFP: EMSJ to mark EMROC’s tenth year

We are pleased to announce that Early Modern Studies Journal will be publishing a special issue entitled “Celebrating Ten Years of the Early Modern Recipes Online Collective.” We hope that you’ll consider submitting work to commemorate EMROC’s...
From: emroc on 13 Sep 2021

Virtual Rome

My students in HIST 420 The Renaissance at Northern Illinois University recently discussed the intellectual movement of Humanism in the Renaissance, focusing especially on the Humanists’ fascination with antiquities and their nostalgia for ancient Rome....

Paleography Studies

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library is offering a series of courses in paleography studies intended for graduate students in the humanities. Paleography skills are vital for manuscript studies and archival work in the discipline...

Multidisciplinary Graduate Conference in Premodern Studies

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library is currently organizing its annual Multidisciplinary Graduate Conference in Premodern Studies. Graduate students in premodern history at Northern Illinois University are encouraged to submit...

Luke Hutton’s “Black Dogge of Newgate” (1596) | Stephen Basdeo

Stephen Basdeo is a historian and writer based in Leeds, UK. Spanish Origins During the sixteenth century a new genre of popular literature arrived in England. Adapted from literature that was flourishing in Spain, a stream of printed books...

Call for contributions: Daphnis, German culture of the early modern period

Coffee and Tobacco – ignitors of sociability? The last Daphnis issue focuses on the sociability discourse in early modern Leipzig. This includes social practices like singing student and drinking songs like the ‘Dunkelmännerlied’ or eating goose...
From: ANZAMEMS Inc on 23 Aug 2021

CFP: International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds: Britain’s Border Geographies University of Leeds 4-7 July 2022 This series of three panels is sponsored by the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol, and the Medieval and Early Modern...
From: ANZAMEMS Inc on 16 Aug 2021

Geckos, Environmental History, and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

Historians are collaborating with scientists in new ways these days, especially in the growing field of environmental history. Scholars are making new and fascinating discoveries about the long history of human transformations of environments. Historians...

Wasserman-Soler, “Fray Juan Bautista & the Languages of the Spanish Monarchy,” JEMH May 2021

Daniel I. Wasserman-Soler, “Comparing the New World and the Old: Fray Juan Bautista and the Languages of the Spanish Monarchy,” Journal of Early Modern History 25/3 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Aug 2021

Prendergast, “Form, Rhetoric, & Performance in Catherine of Aragon’s Letters to Ferdinand of Aragon & Charles V,” JEMCS, Summer

Maria Teresa Micaela Prendergast, “‘For the Debt of Blood’: Form, Rhetoric, and Performance in Catherine of Aragon’s Letters to Ferdinand of Aragon and Charles V, 1502-1536,” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 20/3 (2020).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 2 Aug 2021

History of the Medici Family Podcast

I recently gave an interview on the history of the Medici family for an episode of the Ithaca Bound podcast, hosted by Andrew Schiestel. I spent three years working as a post-doctoral fellow with the Medici Archive Project, a major Digital Humanities...

Volume 7 Essay Prize Winner

Ceræ is pleased to announce that the winner of our Volume 7 essay prize is Dr. Emma Louise Barlow for her article, ‘Emotional Minds and Bodies in the Suicide Narratives of Dante’s Inferno’ which discusses the dynamic role suicide plays in Dante’s...
From: CERAE Impressions: A Blog on 31 Jul 2021

Gothic Spaniards & Gendered Blindness in the JEMCS, Winter

The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 20/1 (2020): José Juan Villagrana, “The Apocalyptic Spanish Race.” Kelsey J. Ihinger, “‘Ojos que no ven’: Gendered Blindness in María de Zayas’s Desengaños amorosos.”
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 30 Jul 2021

Cooley, “Nobility & Spanish Naples in Lope de Vega’s El perro del hortelano,” JEMCS Summer 2019

Mackenzie Cooley, “Diamond in the Rough: Nobility and Spanish Naples in Lope de Vega’s El perro del hortelano,” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 19/3 (2019).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 29 Jul 2021

Jamming together: Recreating improvised seventeenth-century musical divisions

We are delighted to host this guest post from Nina Kümin, a PhD candidate in music performance and baroque improvisation at the University of York. The pleasure of your company is requested for a seventeenth-century jam session! One of the main forms...
From: Middling Culture on 29 Jul 2021

Iberian Empire and the History of Capitalism, Special Issue, JEMCS Spring 2019

“Capitalism – Catholicism – Colonialism,” The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 19/2 (2019): Daniel Nemser, “Introduction: Iberian Empire and the History of Capitalism.” Elvira Vilches, “Business Tolls and Outlooks: The Culture...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 28 Jul 2021

Pauline Letters in Arabic & Lost Tribes of Israel in America, JEMCS Fall 2018

The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 18/4 (2018): Jason Busic, “From Medieval to Early Modern, from Christian to Muslim: Difficult Boundaries in the Arabic Gospels and Paul’s Epistles of Biblioteca Nacional de España MS 4971 (Sixteenth-Century...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 27 Jul 2021

Velasco, “Morisco/Muslim Sounds in the Mediterranean,” JEMCS Summer 2018

Sherry Velasco, “From Spain to Algiers: Morisco/Muslim Sounds in the Western Mediterranean,” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 18/3 (2018).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 26 Jul 2021

Eleonora di Toledo at 500, Call for Papers

CFP RSA Dublin Wednesday March 30- Saturday April 2 2022! Eleonora di Toledo at 500 2022 marks the five hundredth anniversary of the presumed birth of Eleonora di Toledo. The past thirty years have witnessed the publication of numerous studies that have...
From: ANZAMEMS Inc on 19 Jul 2021

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