Alex Shepard of the University of Glasgow will be speaking on, “Minding their own Business: Married Women and Credit in Early Eighteenth-Century London.” We will convene in Seaver 3 in the Munger Research Center at the Huntington Library. The talk will begin at 10am, but donuts and coffee will be available from 9:30 onwards. If… Read More Reminder: Alex Shepard at the Huntington tomorrow!
*CGU students may be eligible for some travel funding for this conference! Please contact Dr. Ferrell for details. Call for Papers: 2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference Submission deadline: October 15 https://www.newberry.org/01282016-2016-multidisciplinary-graduate-student-conference Conference dates: January 28 to 30, 2016 We invite abstracts for 20-minute papers from master’s or PhD students from any discipline on any medieval,… Read More Call for Papers: 2016 Newberry Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
If you are already in the EMS concentration, or have an interest in any part of the program or the early modern world, please join us tomorrow! EMS Party 17 September, 4-6pm IAC Library, CGU Campus Food, drinks, and sweets will be provided, along with news from the Newberry Consortium, funding opportunities, possible events for… Read More Reminder: Early Modern Studies Meeting Tomorrow!
Please find the latest USC Early Modern Studies Institute newsletter below. Of special note: Alexandra Shepard’s talk “Minding their own Business: Married Women and Credit in Early Eighteenth Century London,” on Sept 26 at the Huntington. Saturday, September 26, 2015 Early Modern British History Alexandra Shepard, University of Glasgow “Minding their own Business: Married Women… Read More Sept 8: EMSI Newsletter
A very cool podcast project about social networks in the early modern world! Brought to you by the USC Early Modern Studies Institute: Inside the Renaissance: EMSI’s Video Podcast Project https://dornsifecms.usc.edu/emsi/podcasts/ Early Modern Friend Requests Check out the latest installment in our “Inside the Renaissance” video podcast project, in which Lindsay O’Neill explains her research… Read More Early Modern Friend Requests
Funds are available to help with travel expenses, but do contact Dr. Ferrell immediately about them if you are interested in attending! New Approaches to Medieval Drama A Medieval Studies Symposium Friday, September 25 https://www.newberry.org/09252015-new-approaches-medieval-drama This symposium will bring together scholars from complementary disciplinary perspectives who are revolutionizing the ways we think about what medieval… Read More Sept 25: Newberry Library Symposium
Going out one more time as a reminder! Please make sure to contact Dr. Ferrell if you intend to apply. Graduate Research Methods Workshops for Early-Career Graduate Students Application deadline for all fall workshops: September 10 Don Quixote and Theory, Renaissance and Contemporary Led by Edward Friedman and Timothy Foster, both of Vanderbilt University https://www.newberry.org/2015-don-quixote-and-theory… Read More 9/10 DEADLINE: Newberry Library Workshops