The Cabinet of Curiosities is CREMS's postgraduate-led forum, organising everything from workshops and conferences to dramatic readings, days out, and more.
Forthcoming events include a seminar on Queens' marginalia, a workshop on miracles and the divine, and a trip to the wonderful Bolsover Castle.
Friday 22 May 2015
Professor Brian Cummings has been awarded AHRC funding for a major project on "Remembering the Reformation". The full value of the award is £831,000 shared between the universities of York and Cambridge.
Monday 18 May 2015
Reader in Music Robert Hollingworth and his vocal ensemble I Fagiolini have just unleashed a major new project designed to bring audiences the intensity of the avant-garde music of Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo.
Friday 1 May 2015
Dr Stefan Bauer will be joining the History Department for two years from 1st September 2015. He will be working closely with Professor Simon Ditchfield on the project: ‘History and Theology: the Creation of Disinterested Scholarship from Dogmatic Stalemate (ca. 1525-1675)’.
The staff have been very helpful, welcoming and eager to impart their knowledge. I have made great friends in my programme and together we've had fantastic opportunities...