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Expanding the Renaissance

The Renaissance Society of America is organizing an online graduate student workshop on Expanding the Renaissance. The workshop is being organized by the RSA Graduate Student Advisory Committee, which has issued a call for papers. The workshop will held...

How to Research in the Online-Only World: part V

The use of periodicals was central to the previous tip. Many engage with recent scholarship through reviews or review articles (the difference being that the latter bring together several publications to draw out comparisons and shared themes); some journals,...

FUNDING: Society for Renaissance Studies - New Awards

The SRS is offering two new funding award schemes (deadline 1st December),'Public Engagement Scheme' in Renaissance Studies (any area)'Museums and Galleries Research Award'Please also, note the following changed deadlines - the SRS Small Conference Grant...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 15 Oct 2018

Linguistic DNA at SRS 2018: Abstracts

Knowledge, truth and expertise: experiments with Early English Books Online Wondering what Linguistic DNA is bringing to the Society for Renaissance Studies? Here are the abstracts for two panels of papers, and information about our hands-on demonstration...
From: Linguistic DNA on 5 Jul 2018

Tips for SRS from Linguistic DNA

If you’re coming to Sheffield for the Society for Renaissance Studies conference (3-5 July 2018) here are 6 hot tips from the Linguistic DNA team: For those staying in Broomhill, Proove does awesome pizza. Highly recommended. Close to campus, Maveli
From: Linguistic DNA on 27 Jun 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS: Sixth Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies

June 18-20, 2018Saint Louis UniversitySaint Louis, MissouriThe Sixth Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies (June 18-20, 2018) is a convenient summer venue for scholars from around the world to present papers, organize sessions, participate...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 18 Jun 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS: Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies - Congress 2018

University of Regina / Regina, Saskatchewan, May 26, 27, and 28, 2018The 2018 conference of the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (CSRS/SCÉR) will be hosted by the...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 26 May 2018

“Renaissance Prose: New Directions” – Irish Renaissance Seminar at NUI Galway in May 2018

“Renaissance Prose: New Directions” – a meeting of the Irish Renaissance Seminar at NUI Galway, Saturday 5th May 2018  1.30pm: Welcome 1.45‐3.15pm: Panel Darrell Jones (NUI Galway): ‘Scribo, ergo mundum est: John...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 13 Feb 2018

Andrea Ammonio, protégé of Pietro Carmeliano

History without palaeography is a story half told. Here is a small example from the first decades of the sixteenth century. It comes from my monograph on The Renaissance Reform of the Book and Britain which I am presently completing. I present to you,...

CALL FOR PAPERS: Society for Renaissance Studies 7th Biennial Conference

Society for Renaissance Studies 7th Biennial ConferenceSchool of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow18-20 July, 2016Confirmed Keynote Speakers:Professor Neil Rhodes (University of St Andrews): ‘Making Common in Sixteenth-Century England’Professor...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 18 Jul 2016

CFP: Newberry Graduate Conference

Call for Papers: 2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference Submission deadline: October 15  Conference dates: January 28 to 30, 2016 More Info: https://www.newberry.org/01282016-2016-multidisciplinary-graduate-student-conference ...
From: Early Modern Workshop on 22 Sep 2015

Samuel Daniel, Poet and Historian: A Two-day Conference

Thursday and Friday, 10-11 September 2015 at The Royal College of Music, LondonConference Organizers: John Pitcher (St John’s College, Oxford) &Yasmin Arshad (UCL)It is a great pleasure to announce the first major Conference devoted to...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 10 Sep 2015

What’s the purpose of a conference? Reflections on RSA2015. Part II

I have suggested that it would be worth the Renaissance Society of America going meta and studying the anthropology of its own ‘Annual Meeting’. The advantage of this little proposal is that it would help us stand outside our own experience...

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