All forthcoming events in CECS

Research Seminars

Seminars begin at 4.30pm and are held in King’s Manor, Room KG07 (the Stephen Copley Room), except when otherwise indicated below.

Wed
6
Jun

Frankenstein: A night at the movies

Celebrating 200 years of Mary's Shelley's Modern Prometheus

Thu
7
Jun

Frankenstein at 200: The science of the novel

Mary Fairclough discusses the science of the novel

Fri
8
Jun

Laurence Sterne: A sentimental picture

Jon Mee, Patrick Wildgust, Nick Thurston and Caleb Klaces

Tue
12
Jun
Thu
14
Jun

New Directions in the History of Political Thought, 1500-1800: Dialogues at Disciplinary Thresholds

York Early Career Workshop Department of Politics with sponsorship from CREMS

Fri
29
Jun

The Worlds of Maria Edgeworth: Networks, Influence and Reception

CECS is proud to host a conference commemorating Maria Edgeworth 250.

Thu
19
Jul

Greek Matters: A Workshop

This one-day workshop will consider the intersection of Hellenism and material culture in the early modern world (1400-1800).