Please see below for the latest EMSI/Huntington newsletter. Lots of opportunities in this one! Of special note: May 16-17: Revisiting Revisionism: New Directions in Early Modern British Studies (Huntington Conference) Apr 30: CRASSH Postdoctoral Fellowship Application due: “Genius Before Romanticism: Ingenuity in Early Modern Art and Science” May 30-31: WMQ-EMSI Workshop: The Age of Revolutions… Read More Apr 28 EMSI Newsletter
The Getty Center — Tuesday, April 29, 2014 In-Gallery discourse, study room sessions, and panel discussions exploring intersections between art and religion. Program starts at 2 p.m. with tours of Byzantine manuscript exhibition, Baroque painting and sculpture, books documenting early European encounters with Islam, and other areas. At 4:00 a panel of religious scholars discuss… Read More Apr 29: Study Day on Art and Religion at the Getty
Click here for a great article on the very powerful noblewoman who almost ruined Shakespeare’s career! http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/a0acf326-c4a3-11e3-b2fb-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2zLkfIGSu
Please see below for information about another Newberry opportunity that might come with travel funding! Please contact Dr. Ferrell if you are interested. The Newberry Graduate Scholar-in-Residence program encourages PhD candidates in the humanities to conduct research in our collection and to join our community of scholars for a full academic year. We invite graduate… Read More Newberry Graduate Scholar-in-Residence Program
Please see below for information about becoming a Newberry Conference Organizer. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Ferrell! We are guaranteed a spot for one CGU student at least! It’s time again to start thinking about organizers for our 2015 graduate student conference. As you know, as a consortium member at the enhanced level,… Read More Call for Newberry Grad Conference Organizers
Friday, May 16, and Saturday, May 17, 2014 Huntington Conference Revisiting Revisionism: New Directions in Early Modern British Studies In the 1970’s, historical “Revisionism” upended scholarly notions about politics, parliaments, and people. This conference reconsiders Revisionism’s impact on our understanding of early modern British history, religion, and literature, as well as on the “big issues”-reformation,… Read More April 14 EMSI Newsletter
EMS is hosting a special State Papers Workshop and Pizza Party on Thursday, April 17, 4-5pm in the Keck Learning Room at Honnold/Mudd. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org before Tuesday at 5pm! Get your hands on the English State Papers Online (1509-1714) database – an amazing collection of scanned and calendared primary sources! Letters, accounts, coded… Read More RSVP NOW for Library Workshop and Pizza!