The USC-Huntington EMSI Early Modern British History Seminar will be meeting this Saturday, March 26, at 10:00 am (donuts and coffee at 9:30). The seminar will take place at The Huntington Library’s Munger Research Center in Seaver Classrooms 1&2. Saturday’s speaker is Norman Jones, who is the Fletcher Jones Foundation Distinguished Fellow at the Huntington… Read More Mar 26: Norman Jones at The Huntington
Please see the flyer below for information on the CGU Writing Center’s summer course in Latin for reading knowledge! This course can help you prepare for your language exam.
All Claremont Colleges students and faculty are warmly invited to this exciting Shakespearean movement, dance and rhetoric hands-on workshop on Thursday! CGU early modern studies students are particularly encouraged to attend. What: Los Angeles’s Professional Repertory Shakespeare Company Theatricum Botanicum will conduct a workshop on Shakespearean movement, dance, and rhetoric. Where: Founders Room, Honnold/Mudd Library… Read More 18 Feb: Theatricum Botanicum at the Claremont Colleges!
See the exciting news from the Newberry Library below! We are thrilled to announce that our new site is now live: French Renaissance Paleography A Newberry Library Project https://paleography.library.utoronto.ca/ A self-help tool that provides integrated access to an archive of historically significant, visually captivating manuscripts held in the collection of the Newberry Library and other… Read More French Renaissance Paleography at the Newberry Library
Please see the below opportunity to learn paleography at the Huntington this summer. This is an excellent opportunity to experience high-level paleography instruction and also get to know the Huntington! Successful applicants are also granted a summer stipend. If you are interested in applying please contact Dr. Ferrell. Highly recommended! MELLON SUMMER INSTITUTE IN ENGLISH… Read More Special Opportunity: Mellon Summer Institute in English Paleography
Please see below for more information on the upcoming Huntington Library Conference on “Truth and Error in Early Modern Science: Thomas Browne and his World,” Jan 22-23: http://www.huntington.org/WebAssets/Templates/calendardetail.aspx?id=20991 Thomas Browne and His World
Remember that if your project can be considered “Renaissance,” even loosely, you have a great chance of winning one of these, since CGU is a member of the consortium! If you are interested in applying please contact Dr. Ferrell. Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium Fellowships The Newberry Library is now accepting fellowship applications… Read More Newberry Renaissance Studies Fellowships