Rumor et Fama

Oct 22, 2014
In spite of the stream of publications over the last thirty years on ancient and medieval ethnicity and national identity, the dominant paradigm in ethnicity and nationalism studies remains modernist – the view that nationhood is an essentially modern phenomenon and was non-existent or peculiarly unimportant before the 18th century. We believe it is time to reopen this debate.
Oct 22, 2014
"Inscribing with the Innermost Soul in Early English Manuscripts, c. 600-1200" Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 5:00 pm in Wheeler 300, University of California, Berkeley. See below for more information: http://cmems.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/oa_news/image/image.jpg
Apr 10, 2014

Six new Research Associate posts in the Early Modern period 

 

The Faculty of English and Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) are pleased to announce a new constellation of projects centred in the early modern period. Eight new post-doctoral fellows will be appointed. Recruitment opens from 1 April. 

Jan 30, 2014

French paleography workshop at the Meeter Center, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, June 16-27, 2014

Jan 30, 2014
Mellon Summer Institute in Italian Paleography

 

Jan 30, 2014

The Medici Archive Project's Online Paleography Course will run this spring from Monday, March 3, 2014, through Saturday, May 24, 2014. Participants having a good reading knowledge of Italian will develop both fundamental skills and  a relevant knowledge-base for reading 15th-18th-century Italian archival materials.

Jan 30, 2014

Charlemagne after Charlemagne

11th Annual Symposium of the International Medieval Society (IMS-Paris) Call for Papers

Location: Paris, France Dates: Thursday June 26th - Saturday June 28th 2014 Keynote speaker: Dominique Boutet and Elizabeth A.R. Brown

Deadline for submissions: February 10th 2014

Oct 4, 2013

JOY 

Centre for Comparative Literature 

University of Toronto 

February 27th – March 1st, 2014 

 

Keynote Address by Dina Al-Kassim (University of British Columbia) 

Linda Hutcheon & J. Edward Chamberlin Lecture in Literary Theory by Professor Veronika 

Ambros (University of Toronto) 

 

“JOY” is the theme for the 24th annual conference of the Centre for Comparative Literature at 

the University of Toronto. We invite you to consider the idea of joy in literary, theoretical, and 

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