Archive for January, 2012

History Comes to Life: Seventeenth-Century Natural History, Medicine and the ‘New Science’

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

History Comes to Life: Seventeenth-Century Natural History, Medicine and the ‘New Science’ 27 April 2012 9am -5:30 pm The Royal Society, London  A conference organised by Dr Anna Marie Roos and sponsored by Cultures of Knowledge, University of Oxford and the Mellon Foundation; the Royal Society; and the Wellcome Trust. Registration for this event is […]

State Papers Talk at The National Archives, 8 Mar 2012

Saturday, January 21st, 2012

‘There is no aspect of government activity on which the State Papers may not throw light’: The papers of the secretaries of state 1509-1782 A talk by Dr Adrian Ailes and Dr Katy Mair (TNA) Thursday, 8 March 2012, 2pm Talks Room, The National Archives, Kew Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU (tel: 020 876 3444) The […]

Fools and Folly in EM Europe: One Day Conference at Chawton House, 18 Feb 2012

Saturday, January 21st, 2012

Registration is now open for: ‘All is folly that I can see': Fools and Folly in Early Modern Europe Saturday 18 February 2012, 9.30am-6.00pm University of Southampton and Chawton House Library, Alton, Hampshire Please download the registration form. Registration: £40 (£30 for students, and there are a few postgraduate bursaries left…) This one-day symposium on […]

EM Scholarship Opportunity: University of Sydney

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

This one’s for Australian citizens or residents only – an interesting project! University of Sydney Postgraduate Scholarship in Medieval and Early Modern Studies Humanities & Social Sciences Postgraduate Research Description: A full-time postgraduate scholarship is available for a suitably qualified candidate with a good Honours degree in any aspect of medieval or early modern studies […]

Jacobean Indoor Playing Symposium, KCL

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Jacobean Indoor Playing Symposium London Shakespeare Centre, King’s College, Saturday 4th February 2012 – 10.00 – 18.30 Following the announcement by Shakespeare’s Globe of their plans to construct an Indoor Jacobean Theatre on the London Bankside, the London Shakespeare Centre invites you to a one day symposium on recent research in to the London theatres […]

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