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
30
May

Thomas Browne and the mystery of numbers

The Annual Distinguished Patrides Lecture with Professor Jessica Wolfe (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Fri
7
Jun

Policing a World of Wonder: The Roman Inquisition and Learned Magic

CREMS Festival of Ideas Lecture with Dr Neil Tarrant (CREMS Research Associate)

CREMS events archive

Conferences

Fri
31
May

Thinking with Mysticism (from medieval to early modern)

This symposium will explore how the mystical, the prophetic, enthusiastic or the apophatic were deployed, to political, scientific or artistic purposes.

Fri
14
Jun

Art as Commodities / Commodities as Art: An Interdisciplinary Conference

This conference will demonstrate the centrality of markets to art’s modern cultural ascendancy, while also recasting art objects as bodies of knowledge and vehicles of cultural exchange through networks of global trade.

Fri
20
Mar

‘Courage, Language, Discretion and Learning’: Lancelot Andrewes and Early Modern Religious Culture

This conference will be the first to investigate the works of Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626) and his engagement with early modern cultures of religion, literature and learning.

Thu
23
Apr

Early Modern Soundscapes Workshop 3: Sound Affects

This final workshop builds upon our exploration of the sites, spaces and archives of sound to explore how people act on sound and sound on people.