Seminars and events

Paolo Vernonese 1528-1588, Gastmahl im Hause Levis

CREMS Seminar Series

The Cabinet of Curiosities: CREMS early modern postgraduate forum

Seminars and events

Thu
24
Jan

Roundheads, Rogues, and Royalist Satire: Singing the Restoration

Rachel Willie (Liverpool John Moores University)

Thu
24
Jan

'On Thin Ice': The launch of Thin Ice Press

Join the Department of English and Related Literature to celebrate the launch of Thin Ice Press, our newly-built in-house printing studio.

Wed
13
Feb

Intoxicants and the Invention of ‘Consumption’

Phil Withington (University of Sheffield)

Thu
21
Feb
Mon
4
Mar

Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf? And Why?

Laura D. Gelfand (Utah State University)

Wed
6
Mar

Fantasy, Celibacy, and the Good Life in Renaissance Venice

Erin Maglaque (Univeristy of Sheffield)

Thu
7
Mar

Translatio Imperii from Pharaonic Egypt to Renaissance Istanbul (via Augustan Rome): A Test Case for 'Ottoman Humanism'

Giancarlo Casale (European University Institute Florence/University of Minnesota)

Thu
25
Apr

The Architecture of Conversion and the Early Modern Stage

Abigail Shinn (Department of English, Goldsmiths London)

Thu
30
May

The Annual Distinguished Patrides Lecture

Jessica Wolfe (University of North Carolina)

CREMS events archive

Conferences

Fri
25
Jan
Mon
25
Feb

CREMS Cabinet of Curiosities' Spring Colloquium

Keynote: Professor Helen Smith (York)

Sat
18
May

Shakespeare and Co.: On the Page and on the Stage

Coinciding with the York International Shakespeare Festival (11-18 May 2019), Shakespeare and Co. is a one-day conference exploring the multitudinous approaches, both academic and practical, to the dramatic works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries

Fri
31
May

Thinking with Mysticism: A day symposium

Keynote: Dr Sarah Apetrei (Keble College, Oxford)