CREMS Events

CREMS has an extensive programme of events throughout the year including an annual lecture, a lively programme of research seminars, conferences and an annual field. Please explore the links in the menu bar on the left to find out more about past and future events.

CREMS also operates a mailing list to inform people about conferences, workshops, seminars, and other events related to the study of early modern history and culture.  To be added to this mailing list please email Jonathan Willis.  We are also on Twitter, so please follow us @CREMS_bham to receive updates about the activities of the Centre, and other relevant information.

Events

'History as Diplomacy: Emanuel van Meteren's Historia Belgica and International Relations in the Early Seventeenth Century'.

'History as Diplomacy: Emanuel van Meteren's Historia Belgica and International Relations in the Early Seventeenth Century'.

Date
21/11/2018
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Dr Helmer Helmers (Universitet van Amsterdam)
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students
'Images of Race in Early Modern Russia'

'Images of Race in Early Modern Russia'

Date
28/11/2018
Description
Talk by Professor Valerie Kivelson gives the CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar.
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students
'Recovering the Amateur Tradition in Translation of Classical Literature'

'Recovering the Amateur Tradition in Translation of Classical Literature'

Date
05/12/2018
Description
CREMS Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Seminar given by Dr Stuart Gillespie (University of Glasgow)
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students
Multilingual Practices in Early Modern Literary Culture

Multilingual Practices in Early Modern Literary Culture

Date
10 - 11/01/2019
Description
This international symposium, supported by a grant from the AHRC, will bring together scholars to advance interdisciplinary perspectives on the contexts and literary applications of early modern multilingualism.
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research
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