All PhD students and post-doctoral researchers up to two years after their viva by the deadline (who are SNLS members) are eligible to submit an essay of up to 7,000 words (e.g. part of a chapter or a draft of an article or a written version of a conference paper) by 1 October 2017 (as an email attachment to Gesine Manuwald).
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Vacancies: 3 PhD positions ERC Consolidator project Sharing Knowledge in Literary and Learned Networks. The Republic of Letters as a Pan-European Knowledge Society, 1400-1800
Thanks to a Consolidator Grant awarded by the European Research Council to Dr Dirk van Miert for his ‘Sharing Knowledge in Learned and Literary Networks: the Republic of Letters as a pan-European Knowledge Society’ project, the Department of History and Art History of Utrecht University has vacancies for three salaried four-year PhD positions on networks in the Republic of Letters. A brief summary of the entire research project is available on the website of Utrecht University: https://www.uu.nl/en/news/dirk-van-miert-receives-2-million-euros-for-research-into-the-open-science-ideals-of-early-modern.
For the vacancies and more information, see the AcademicTransfer website:
- PhD position ‘History of concepts: digital discourse analysis of the Republic of Letters, 1400-1800’
The PhDs will start as of 1 January 2018. The deadline for application is 20 October 2017. Enquiries can be made to Dirk van Miert (email@example.com). An extended research description is available upon request.
Registration is now open for the More than meets the page: Printing Text and Images in Italy, 1570s-1700s conference at the University of Warwick, taking place on Saturday 4th March 2017.
The conference aims to investigate the ways in which the consolidation of the book and print trade influenced the development of such new book genres from the late sixteenth to the early eighteenth century.
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Early Modern Discourses on Europe:
Representations of Community and Common Identity (1450–1750)
Conference hosted by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies
Thursday, November 30th – Saturday, December 2nd 2017
To submit a proposal, please send an abstract of your paper (max. 150 words) and a brief curriculum vitae (max. half a page) to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com before April 30th 2017.
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An international interdisciplinary conference on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the death of the Jesuit playwright Carolus Kolczawa - October 12-14, 2017, Prague
Please send paper/roundtable proposals including abstracts (1000 characters max) by January 20, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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March 17th, 2017 - Birmingham and Midland Institute
We invite proposals from any interested postgraduate or post-doctoral researchers to give 20-minute papers on their work. Proposals should take the form of a brief outline of the speaker’s affiliation and research interests; an abstract of the paper to be given (100-150 words) and a provisional paper title. Proposals should be submitted by the deadline of February 1st 2017 and speakers will be notified as soon as possible of the outcome of the selection process.
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Friday 13th January, University of Leicester, College Court, Knighton Road, Leicester LE2 3UF, 10am-5pm
This event is sponsored by the AHRC and the School of Arts, University of Leicester. Places are free but limited numbers: please email Dr Mary Ann Lund (email@example.com) to book your place.
Call for papers for one or more sessions at the 2018 IANLS congress in Albacete about methodological questions in Neo-Latin language studies.
The organizers are Johann Ramminger, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, München and Camilla Horster, Aarhus University, Denmark. Guidelines for the abstracts (200 words) and information about the congress are in the First circular for the congress (download from www.ianls.com).
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This seminar series, organized in Oxford by Stephen Harrison (Fac. of Classics, Latin Literature) and Paola Tome' (Fac. of Med. and Mod. Lang., Marie Curie Fellow), will run at Corpus Christi College, Fraenkel Room, 1.00 – 2.15 p.m., on October 13rd, 20th, November 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and December 1st.
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