Seminars and events

Paolo Vernonese 1528-1588, Gastmahl im Hause Levis

Seminars and events

Fri
3
Mar

At Close Quarters: Experiencing the Domestic c.1400-1600

This interdisciplinary conference hosted by the History of Art department will question, examine and explore the significance of domestic encounters 'at close quarters'.

Thu
9
Mar

Reflections on Reflections: The Pictorial Lessons of Mirrors in Vasari’s Lives.

CREMS Research Seminar with speaker Douglas Biow (Austin,Texas)

Mon
13
Mar

'Choosing the Elect: Fifth Monarchists and the Seventeenth-Century Conversion Narrative'

CREMS 'Brown Bag Lunch' Seminar with CREMS visiting scholar Belinda Molteberg Steen (Oslo) Her paper will investigate the narrative communities formed by two radical English Puritan congregations in the seventeenth century.

Thu
16
Mar

“Rethinking the Early Modern Repertory”

CREMS Research Seminar with speaker Holger Schott Syme (University of Toronto).

Thu
4
May

Spanish Royal Geographies in Early Modern Europe and America: Re-thinking the Royal Sites / Geographies of Habsburg Politics and Religion

An interdisciplinary symposium investigating Spanish royal sites in the early modern World as international geographies.

Thu
15
Jun

The Look and the Like: Lancelot Andrewes's Real Words

CREMS Research Seminar with speaker Kathryn Murphy (Oxford)

Wed
28
Jun

Powerful Emotions / Emotions & Power c. 400-1850

The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions and the University of York will jointly host an international collaborative conference on the theme of Powerful Emotions / Emotions and Power c.400-1850.

CREMS Programme Poster:
CREMS Events Spring 2017 (PDF  , 647kb)

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