Archive for March, 2010

CFP: College Art Association Conference: Early Modern Arts in Europe

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

CFP: College Art Association Conference, New York, February 2011 Session: Dissemination: prints, publishing and the early modern arts in Europe The publication of artists’ biographies across the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries changed forever the relation between artists and their posterity, between innovation and the emulation of past art, as well as relations between individual works […]

Sir John Narbrough’s Journal Saved for the Nation!

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

A Press Release from the British Library: Sir John Narbrough’s Journal Saved for the Nation! PRESS RELEASE 30 March 2010 British Library successfully stops English naval explorer’s journal from sailing abroad The British Library has acquired a previously unknown journal of British naval pioneer, Sir John Narbrough, thanks to a £200,000 grant from the National […]

Bulletin 14: Now Available Here!

Monday, March 29th, 2010

The latest edition of our offical journal is here: For Spring 2010 you’ll find: Reports of our most recent events by Anne Byrne and John Croxon John Croxon’s visit to the gorgeous moated Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk Arts Reports – King Lear at the RSC and Bristol Brass at Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton Art Exhibition […]

April Events at the Hunterian Museum

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

The Hunterian Museum will continue its series of events that reveal the connections between microscopy and medicine. The Lens of Life programme has been organised as part of the Royal Society’s 350th anniversary celebrations in 2010. Lunchtime Lecture: Blood under the microscope: William Hewson, an 18th-century anatomist Thursday 20 April, 1pm Join Tania Kausmally, historian […]

John Selden Conference, Oxford, June 2010

Friday, March 26th, 2010

John Selden, 1584-1654: Scholarship in Context Thursday 24th – Saturday 26th June 2010 Magdalen College, Oxford Keynote Speakers Professor G.J. Toomer • Mordechai Feingold • Peter Miller • Jason Rosenblatt • Richard Tuck Speakers Sharon Achinstein • Sir John Baker • Mark Bland • Hans Blom • Elizabethanne Boran • Christopher Brooks • Alan Coates […]

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