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Conferences, Public Lectures, Workshops

 

  • Devotional Writing in Print and Manuscript in Early Modern England, 1558-1700, Monday 26 June 2017 at the University of Warwick
  • Antiquity and its Uses: Reception and Renewal, to be held at St Mary’s Guildhall, Coventry on 15th May 2017
  • More than meets the page: Printing Text and Images in Italy, 1570s-1700s, a one-day interdisciplinary conference on Saturday 4th March 2017 organised by two of the CSR’s current PhD students, Rebecca Carnevali and Gloria Moorman
  • Mediterranean Migration in Interdisciplinary Perspective, a workshop on Friday 3rd March 2017, co-organised by Prof. Beat Kümin, (History) and Dr. Felicita Tramontana (CSR)
  • Medieval Material Matters workshop, 18th July 2016, at the University of Warwick
  • IAS Visiting Fellows 2016 - Carole Levin & Elizabeth Goldring - programme of events
  • IANLS Vacation School, to be held at Warwick’s Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Venice. Thursday 7th – Saturday 10th July 2016. Organised by Ingrid De Smet.

  • The Musical Humanism of the Renaissance and its Legacy’. Thursday 2nd - Saturday 4th June 2016. An international Conference to be held at Warwick’s Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Venice, in collaboration with the Royal Musical Association Music and Philosophy Study Group. Organised by the CSR/IAS Global Research Fellow, Dr Jacomien Prins.

  • ‘Fate and Fortune in Renaissance Thought’ a colloquium organised by Ovanes Akopyan (PhD, CSR) on Friday, 27th May 2016. The keynote speaker is Dilwyn Knox (UCL), the respondent is Stephen Clucas (Birkbeck).
  • International workshop jointly organised by Florence Bistagne (Avignon) and Ingrid De Smet (CSR, Warwick): 'The Neapolitan Phoenix: Heritage and Renewal in Renaissance and Early Modern Naples (1442-1647)'. Thursday 26th May 2016.
  • 'Introduction to Greek and Latin Palaeography ~ from Manuscript to Printed Book: Early Greek and Latin writings.' A PG workshop on palaeography at the University of Warwick. Friday 4th March 2016, Renaissance Centre, Room H.4.50. Convenor: Dr. Caroline Petit, University of Warwick.

  • A one-day conference on 'Aldus Manutius Humanist, Printer, and Philologist' (Aldo Manuzio umanista, editore e filologo) to be held at the Sala delle Edicole, Capitanio Palace, 3 Capitaniato Square, Padua. Tuesday 15 December 2015, from 10am to 5.30pm

  • Renaissance Festivals conference, Mons, 11-14 October 2015, as part of the city's year as European City of Culture, 2015. Warwick coordinator, Dr Margaret Shewring. Registration is free but essential via www.mons2015.eu Downloadable Programme. Conference Hotel Details.

  • International workshop organised by Peter Marshall: ‘The Politics of Conversion’ July 21-22, 2015 at the University of Warwick. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/projects/earlymodernconversions/warwickconf2015/programme

  • Warwick's Renaissance Centre is very pleased to be welcoming Professor Peter Howard (Monash), who will give a research seminar on Friday June 12th 2015, 12.30-2:00. Peter will be speaking on 'Theologies of the Piazza: Broaching Belief in a Renaissance City'. Lunch will be served from 12.30pm in the Graduate Space (H455) and this will be followed by Professor Howard’s seminar over coffee/tea, in H450.  Downloadable poster
  • Symposium organised by Jacomien Prins: 'Hearing the Voice, Hearing the Soul' 5th June 2015, 9.30am-6.30pm at the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS), University of Warwick. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/about_us/centrestaff/researchfellows/prins/hearingsymposium

  • Third colloquium on ‘Management and Resolution’ from the Leverhulme funded project ‘Renaissance Conflict and Rivalries: Cultural Polemics in Europe, c. 1300–c. 1650’. 21-22 May 2015 at the University Ca' Foscari, Venice. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/projects/conflictandrivalries/colloquium3/

  • A one-day interdisciplinary conference organised by Sara Miglietti (CSR) and John Morgan (History) ‘Ruling Climate: The theory and practice of environmental governmentality, 1500-1800’. Saturday 16 May 2015, University of Warwick. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/hrc/confs/rc/

  • CSR associate fellow, Dr Elizabeth Goldring will be giving a talk/book-signing on Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and the World of Elizabethan Art, on Wednesday, 13th May, at 7pm at Lord Leycester’s Hospital, Warwick. Further details can be found on the Warwick Books website at http://www.warwickbooks.net/events/meet-the-author-with-warwick-books-elizabeth-goldring/

  • Tuesday-Wednesday 14-15 April 2015, Reassessing Courtliness in Medieval Literature. International Courtly Literature Society, British Branch at the University of Warwick. Featuring a roundtable discussion with Dr Jane Gilbert (UCL), Professor Ad Putter (Bristol), and Professor Emma Dillon (KCL). To propose a paper, please send an abstract of 200-300 words to Dr Emma Campbell (emma.campbell@warwick.ac.uk) by Friday 19th December 2014. Further information at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/hrc/confs/icls/icls_cfp_2015.pdf

  • Saturday-Sunday 21-22 March 2015, North of England Saints, 600-1500 Conference at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. The conference will bring together scholars working on the liturgical, political, military, social and economic aspects of sanctity in Durham, Northumbria, Cumbria, Yorkshire and modern-day Scotland. The conference is organised by Dr Margaret Coombe (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford); Dr Christiania Whitehead (University of Warwick) and Dr Anne Mouron (Independent Scholar) and is kindly sponsored by the John Fell OUP Research Fund and the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature (SSMLL). It is expected that booking will commence in October 2014. Any queries should be directed to northernsaints@history.ox.ac.uk. Full information at http://www.lmh.ox.ac.uk/Tutors/Academic-news/Northern-Saints.aspx

  • Friday 20th June 2014. centre supported conference on Music, Emotions and Well-being: historical and scientific perspectives. Warwick organiser, Dr Jacomien Prins. More detailed conference information available here
  • Friday 6th June 2014. Centre supported workshop, Astrology and Anti-Astrology in the Renaissance: Between Philosophy, Religion and Science. 11:00-6:00pm in the Graduate Space and H5.45, University of Warwick. For conference information contact Ovanes Akopyan, O.Akopyan@warwick.ac.uk Further information here
  • Thursday 5th June 2014, 2-7pm Ramphal 0.12. Centre supported workshop/lunch. Arriving in the Renaissance: Migration, Mobility and Hospitality in Europe and the Mediterranean. The workshop, co-organized by Beat Kümin and Rosa Salzberg (Department of History/Renaissance Centre), aims to consider the role of these places in receiving and directing the flows of migrants, examining them also in relation to other urban spaces of social and cultural encounter and practices of integration, assimilation or exclusion. Speakers include Maarten Hell (Amsterdam), Matthew Jackson (Warwick), Fabrizio Nevola (Exeter), David Rosenthal (Edinburgh), and Felicita Tramontana (Palermo). Attendance is free, but for catering purposing please RSVP to renaissance@warwick.ac.uk by Friday 23rd May 2014. Workshop programme here
  • Tuesday 20th May 2014. Centre supported workshop/lunch co-hosted by the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, the Departments of French Studies/ History and the Warwick Drinking Studies Network, on 'Intoxication in Early Modern France'. More information here

  • Friday 16th May. Centre supported conference, 'Geographies of Man: Environmental Influence from Antiquity to the Enlightenment'. Organisers: Sara Miglietti, John Morgan, Rebecca Taylor. Confirmed keynote speaker: Dr Vladimir Jankovic (University of Manchester). More information here
  • Twelfth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Soundscapes’. University of Warwick, Humanities Building, 10th May 2014. Keynotes by Magnus Williamson (Newcastle) and Jonathan Willis (Birmingham),For updates see website at http://my-parish.org/parish-symposium-2014-parish-soundscapes
  • Friday 25th April 2014. Centre supported conference, 'Using, misusing and abusing Latin in the Early Modern Period'. Organisers: Dr Máté Vince (Warwick), Dr Anthony Ossa-Richardson (QMUL). Confirmed key note speaker: Dr Andrew Taylor (Churchill College, Cambridge). More information here Downloadable programme here

 

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