Recent and Forthcoming Early Modern Events

Spring Term

Adam Smyth (Oxford)
‘Recycled Books’.
CEMS Seminar Series, Wednesday 24 January, 4pm, Streatham Court B.

Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly (Oxford, Emerita)
‘Marrying Cultures: Queens Consort & European Identities, 1500-1800’.
CEMS Seminar Series & Centre for Translating Cultures Seminar, Wednesday 7 February, 3.30pm, Queens LT 6.2

Brodie Waddell (Birkbeck)
‘The work of writing and the writing of work: artisan authors in England, c.1600-1750’.
CEMS Seminar Series, Wednesday 21 February, 4pm, Streatham Court B.

Matthew Dimmock (Sussex)
'Elizabethan Globalism'.
The Annual Gareth Roberts Lecture, Monday 5 March, 3.30-5pm, Margaret Rooms 2/3.

Jane Whittle & members of the Women’s Work project team (Exeter)
‘Women’s Work in Rural England 1500-1700’.
CEMS Seminar for International Women’s Day, Wednesday 7 March, 4pm, Streatham Court B.

Digital Humanities Training for PGRs and Supervisors, led by Adam Crymble.
'The Digital Thesis: Managing your Data and Preparing it for Submission'.
Wednesday 14 March, 10.30-12.30pm, XFI Conference Room 2. Numbers for the event are limited so please sign up through this doodle link

Adam Crymble (Hertfordshire)
'Digital Approaches to the History of Migration in Eighteenth-Century Britain'.
CEMS Seminar Series, Wednesday 14 March, 3.30-5pm, Digital Humanities Lab Seminar Room.

Sebastiaan Verweij (Bristol)
'Writing and Hearing John Donne'.
CEMS Seminar Series, Wednesday 21 March, 4pm, Streatham Court B.

Angela Muir (Cardiff) and Sarah Fox (Manchester)
‘Childbirth and Midwifery in Early Modern Britain’.
Centre for Medical History Seminar, Wednesday 21 March, 3pm, Digital Humanities Seminar Room.

Summer Term

CEMS Digital Humanities Mini-Symposium: Mapping people and places in the early modern world
Thursday 3 May. Details to follow.        

Digital Humanities Training: GIS for Early Modern Studies, led by Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Lancaster).
Wednesday 9 May, the training will take place in the morning - details to follow.

Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Lancaster)
'After ‘they’ arrived: the redefinition of Mesoamerican geographies and the indigenous voices in the mapping of New Spain'.
CEMS Seminar Series, Wednesday 9 May, details to follow.

CEMS Postgraduate Conference 2018: Space, Place and Interface
Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 May.