The annual graduate student multidisciplinary conference, organised and run by advanced doctoral students, has become a premier opportunity for maturing scholars to present papers, participate in discussions, and develop collaborations across the field of medieval, Renaissance, and early modern studies at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Participants from a wide variety of disciplines find a supportive and collegial forum for their work, meet future colleagues from other institutions and disciplines, and become familiar with the Newberry and its resources.
Melanie Zefferino (Warwick Organiser) and Naomi Pullin (Warwick Participant) Thursday, January 24 to Saturday, January 26, 2013 - full conference programme. 'Newberry Essays in Medieval and Early Modern Studies' Vol 7. Selected Proceedings. Naomi's "None fitter to do the husband’s work": Women, Domesticity, and the Household in the Transatlantic Quaker Movement' is on page 133
Stephen Bates (Warwick Participant) Thursday, January 26 to Saturday, January 28, 2012 - full conference programme. 'A Mirror for Medieval and Early Modern Studies' Vol 6. Selected Proceedings. Stephen's 'Turning "wyne into water" The Erasmian Reimagining of the Virgin Mary' is on page 5
David Hitchcock (Warwick Organiser) Thursday, January 27 to Saturday, January 29, 2011 - full conference programme. 'Constructing the Medieval and Early Modern across Disciplines' Vol. 5. Selected Proceedings.
Mark Hailwood (Warwick Participant) Thursday, January 21 to Saturday, January 23, 2010 - full conference programme. 'Intersecting Disciplines: Approaching Medieval and Early Modern Cultures' Vol. 4. Selected Proceedings. Mark's 'John Jarret and Roaring Dick of Dover: Popular Attitudes toward Drinking in Seventeenth-Century England' is on page 113