Recent and Forthcoming Early Modern Events

Autumn Term 2021

Please note - the programme this term contains a mix of online and hybrid events, see below for details. If you would like to join our mailing list for reminders and links to online meetings, please email CEMS@exeter.ac.uk.

Gareth Roberts Memorial Lecture 2022: Claire Preston (QML). Wednesday 26 Jaunary, 5pm. Online.

CEMS & Centre for Maritime Historical Studies Joint Seminar: Laurence Publicover (Bristol), 'Fathoming the Deep: Navigation, the Seabed, and Early Modern English Tragedy'. Weds 9 February, 5pm, Online and Forum Seminar Room 10.

Early Modern Futures Reading Group. To join the reading group please email CEMS@exeter.ac.uk. Wednesday 16 February, 3.30pm. Online via Teams.

CEMS & Centre for Medical History Joint Seminar: Karen Harvey and Emily Vine (Birmingham), 'Social Bodies in English Letters, 1680-1820'. Wednesday 2 March, online and in person.

Nicholas Smolenski (Duke University & Exeter Visiting Fellow 2021-22), 'Hearing Architectual Sketches: Historiographical Approaches to Acoustical Analysis in Early Modern Cathedrals'. Wednesday 16 March, 3.30pm, online and Harrison 209.

Lukas Erne (Geneva & Gareth Roberts Visiting Professor), 'Mediating Shakespeare: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Editorial Agency'. Wednesday 23 March, 3.30pm, online and in person.

CEMS & Classics and Ancient History Joint Seminar: Noreen Humble (Calgary), 'Reading Xenophon in the early modern period: who and why'. Monday 28 March, 4.40pm, Online & Building One: Matrix LT.