EMA Newsletter: 14 October 2011

14 October 2011

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Dutch Crossing: Journal of Low Countries Studies

The ongoing call for papers for Dutch Crossing:  Journal of Low Countries Studies is available here and under “Calls for Books, Articles and Conference Papers” in “Research.”

Commons: Shared Resources and Collective Activity in Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Graduate Conference)

The call for papers for the graduate conference entitled “Commons:  Shared Resources and Collective Activity in Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies” (due 1 Nov, Irvine, California, USA) is available here and under “Calls for Books, Articles and Conference Papers” in “Research.”

CONFERENCES AND LECTURES

Manipulating Light in Pre-Modern Times

Information on the conference entitled “Manipulating Light in Pre-Modern Times” (3-4 Nov, Mendrisio, Switzerland) is available here and under “Conferences and Lectures” in “Research.”

The Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford and Contemporary Debates About Learning

Information on a lecture to be given by Dr. Anthony Geraghty (University of York) and entitled “The Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford and Contemporary Debates About Learning” (5 Dec, London England) is available here and under “Conferences and Lectures” in “Research.”

Les décors sculptés dans les demeures privées en France (1600-1900)

Information on the conference entitled “Les décors sculptés dans les demeures privées en France (1600-1900)” (20-21 Oct, Paris, France) is available here and under “Conferences and Lectures” in “Research.”

Luthers Wort wird Stadt

Information on the conference entitled “Luthers Wort wird Stadt” (5 Nov, Osterwieck, Germany) is available here and under “Conferences and Lectures” in “Research.”

FELLOWSHIPS

Roma Communis Patria: The National Churches in Rome From the Middle Ages to the Modern Era

Information on the fellowships offered by the Max Planck Institut and the Bibliotheca Hertziana for the research project entitled “Roma Communis Patria:  The National Churches in Rome From the Middle Ages to the Modern Era” (due 18 Nov) is available here and under “Predoctoral” and “Postdoctoral/Junior Scholar” in “Fellowships.”

 

 

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