EMA Newsletter: 8 April 2011

8 April 2011

**NOTE:  Due to the SAH Annual Meeting, the next EMA Newsletter will appear on 22 April 2011.**

EMA UPDATES

New CFP: Communities in Early Modern Europe: Big and Small Societies, c. 1500 to 1800

A call for papers entitled “Communities in Early Modern Europe:  Big and Small Societies, c. 1500 to 1800″ (University of Sheffield, UK) is now available here and in “Research.”

New CFP: La reconstruction des églises après les conflits de religion en Europe: Reconstruire, restaurer, renouveler

A call for papers entitled “La reconstruction des églises après les conflits de religion en Europe:  Reconstruire, restaurer, renouveler” (Poitiers, France) is now available in “Research.”

New CFP: Early Modern Merchants as Collectors

A call for papers entitled “Early Modern Merchants as Collectors” (sponsored by the Ashmolean Museum, UK) is now available in “Research.”

New Section of EMA Newsletter

We will now be offering a section in the EMA Newsletter devoted to news beyond website and specific EMA updates — for instance, announcements of exhibits and reopenings of recently restored buildings.  If you have news related to the architecture (design, theory, and practice) of Europe and its colonies 1400-1800, please contact us and we will include your news in the next newsletter.

OTHER NEWS

Reopening of Strawberry Hill (UK)

Strawberry Hill, Horace Walpole’s 18c Gothic house in the outskirts of London, is now open after a two-year restoration project.  For more information on the house, please click here.






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