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Early Modern Women, Religion, and the Body (CFP, Conference, Loughborough, 22–23 July 2014)

Early Modern Women, Religion, and the Body 22-23 July 2014, Loughborough University Plenary speakers: Professor Mary Fissell (Johns Hopkins) and Dr Katharine Hodgkin (University of East London) With public lecture by Alison Weir (evening of 22 July, Martin Hall Theatre): … Continue reading

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Symposium on Reading & Health in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800 (Conference, Newcastle, 5–6 July 2013)

Symposium on Reading and Health in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800 Medieval and Early Modern Research Group, Newcastle University 05-06 July 2013 Keynote speakers: Katharine Craik Helen Smith Richard Wistreich Josie Billington Phil Davies All details about the programme, registration etc., … Continue reading

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The Mutilated Body: Durham University Medieval & Early Modern Student Association Conference (Register now, Durham, 8–9 July 2013)

The Mutilated Body Medieval and Early Modern Student Association Postgraduate Conference 8-9 July 2013 at St John’s College, Durham University MEMSA is proud to announce its seventh annual postgraduate conference, an event designed to bring together postgraduate and early career … Continue reading

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Lynn Bothelo: Keeping Time at Bay: old age, medicine, and money in early modern England (IAS Public Lecture, Durham University, 1 May 2013)

Institute of Advanced Study ‘About Time’ Public Lecture Series Professor Lynn Bothelo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania ‘Keeping Time at Bay: old age, medicine, and money in early modern England’ 1 May 2013, 6.15 – 7.15pm Kingsley Barrett Room, Calman Learning … Continue reading

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The Mutilated Body: Durham University Medieval & Early Modern Student Association (CFP, Conference, Durham, 8–9 July 2013)

The Mutilated Body Durham University’s annual MEMSA conference is an interdisciplinary forum for postgraduates and early career researchers to present and discuss their research. This year, the conference theme will focus on aspects of destruction, disability, and personhood in the medieval and … Continue reading

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