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 trip.

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

Feminist translation practices: historical perspectives

Feminist translation practices: historical perspectives

Date
08/12/2021
Description
This online conference gathers speakers looking at how neoliberal and market ideologies directly impact gendered experiences in today's university.
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research
Who are the Audiences for Early Modern History?

Who are the Audiences for Early Modern History?

Date
02/02/2022
Description
A roundtable to question who the audiences are for early modern history and how can they be further broadened and engaged.
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students
Historical Understandings of Mental Illness

Historical Understandings of Mental Illness

Date
09/03/2022
Description
Emily Betz (History, St Andrews), Angus Gowland (History, UCL), Leonard Smith (Applied Health Research, Birmingham) and Erin Sullivan (Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham) will be joining us for a roundtable discussion
Categories:
Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students
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