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(Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (Incorporated))
Otago Printer in Residence Programme – SNAP
The latest University of Otago Printer in Residence programme resulted in SNAP, a volume of verse by poet/writer David Eggleton; images by artist Nigel Brown; and hand-printed by John Holmes. Check out the first two at: http://www.anzliterature.com/member/david-eggleton/ and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Brown SNAP would be the perfect gift for some bookish sort. Limited edition, hand printed, and wonderful […]
Special Collections, University of Otago Upcoming Activities
Two activities coming out of Special Collections, University of Otago. Online link to the very successful Martin Luther and the Reformation exhibition, held earlier this year. What was exciting was the fact that most of the materials for the exhibition came from holdings within Special Collections, especially the Shoults Collection. As we like fostering collegiality, […]
Lecturer in Early Modern Literature – St. Andrews
Lecturer in Early Modern Literature The School of English invites applications for a Lectureship in Early Modern Literature, 1500-1640 from 1 September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. Candidates may have interests in any aspect of the period, but teaching and research experience in Shakespeare and the drama may be an advantage. Applicants must […]
Call for Papers – Medievalism, Public History, and Academia
CALL FOR PAPERS Call for Papers – Medievalism, Public History, and Academia: the Re-creation of Early Medieval Europe, c. 400–1000 Conference Date: 26-28 September 2018 Malmö University, Sweden The deadline for paper proposals is 15 December 2017. Proposals with an abstract of maximum 100 words to Sara Ellis Nilsson. https://www.mah.se/Nyheter/Kalender/Conference-Call-for-Papers–Medievalism-Public-History-and-Academia-the-Re-creation-of-Early-Medieval-Europe-c-400-1000/  
Medieval Prizes & Conferences
Prizes 1. CARMEN, The World Wide Medieval Network, Project Prize 2018 New CARMEN Project Prize – for a research project *idea* in Medieval Studies. Applications close 15 Jan 2018 http://www.carmen-medieval.net/cz/project-prize-1404041631.html 2. Royal Studies Journal Prizes Two prizes, one for the best new book in the field and another to recognize new research from students and […]
Southern African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference – Call for Papers
Call for Papers Southern African Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference 23 – 26th August 2018 We are pleased to announce that the 24th biennial conference of SASMARS will be held at Mont Fleur in Stellenbosch, South Africa from Thursday the 23rd to Sunday the 26th of August 2018. “Ancestry and Memory in Medieval […]
Sensory Cultures and the Communication of Belief – Call for Papers
Sensory Cultures and the Communication of Belief Religious History Association, Canberra, 3 July 2018 (in association with the Australian Historical Association Conference 2-6 July 2018) The Religious History Association invites presentations that explore the material and sensory dimensions of the communication of belief. Our knowledge of devotional practices and rituals, and of beliefs and attitudes, […]
Teaching the Middle Ages – ARC Humanities Press
Teaching the Middle Ages   This series aims to reflect the best and most innovative in medieval pedagogies, providing resources for instructors, students, and administrators wishing to understand the current and future place of medieval studies in the modern academy. Books in Teaching the Middle Ages will respond to current trends and debates reshaping modern […]
ISSM 2018 Boundary Crossings – Call for Papers
Calls for Papers ISSM 2018 Boundary Crossings October 12-13, 2018 Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, Canada St Catharines, Ontario, Canada, the location of Brock University, is just 19 kilometres from the Niagara River, the boundary between Canada and the United States of America. In this location, then, it seems appropriate to think about medievalism and […]
Traces Arborescentes – Call for Papers
Traces Arborescentes – Call for Papers Sacred Science: Learning from the Tree European Society for the History of Science Biennial Conference 2018 September, 14-17 We are pleased to announce that Trames Arborescentes is preparing a symposium for the European Society for the History of Science’s conference (http:// www.eshs.org/?lang=en) that will take place in London on […]

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