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Seminars and events

Paolo Vernonese 1528-1588, Gastmahl im Hause Levis

CREMS Seminar Series

  • Our 2021/22 events will be a mixture of in-person seminars and online events via Zoom. Please see the individual event listings for registration details. All welcome!

The Cabinet of Curiosities: CREMS early modern postgraduate forum

Thu
26
May

Falstaff on Tour: County, Town, and Country in the late Elizabethan Theatre

Professor Neil Rhodes presents this lecture exploring Falstaff's tour of England local identities and nationhood.

Thu
9
Jun

Reading Milton's universe

Join Vladimir Brljak (Durham) for a thought-provoking talk on Milton's Paradise Lost.

Mon
13
Jun

Witchcraft and Counter-witchcraft between 1500 and 1900 in Europe: Historical, Archaeological and Folkloric Approaches.

This Symposium will explore witchcraft beliefs and counter-witchcraft practices and perceptions in post-medieval Europe by drawing on historical, archaeological and folkloric sources.

 Download the CREMS Events Programme Summer 2022 (PDF , 201kb).

Seminars and events

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Conferences

Watch this space for upcoming 2020/21 conferences and workshops.