Next Seminar: Manchester Met, Wed October 9th 2019

We’re thrilled to announce details of our next seminar, to be held at Manchester Metropolitan University on Wednesday 9th Octotber 3-5 PM.

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Present at our next seminar!

The next North West Early Modern Seminar will be hosted by the University of Lancaster on May 2nd 2018. We are currently looking for speakers to present either 20-25 minute papers, or brief 5 minute papers related to their research interests, in any discipline, in the early modern period.

Previous speakers have presented papers on topics as diverse as the early modern origins of sign language, the many faces of the Elizabethan pirate,  and eighteenth-century tavern culture. The five minute slots are ideal for presenting work in progress, new projects, or for PhD students wanting to gain experience in presenting.

The application process will be conducted on a “first-come-first-served” basis.

If you wish to volunteer  please send your name, institution and the title or subject area of your paper to secretary.nwseminar@gmail.com  by 5 pm on 29th March 2018.

We look forward to hearing from you and hope you will feel free to promote the CFP and event at your own institutions.

CFP: NWEMS at University of Liverpool – 1st Nov 2017

Dear all,

The next North West Early Modern Seminar will be hosted by the University of Liverpool on 1st November 2017. We are currently looking for speakers to present brief 5 minute papers related to their research interests, in any discipline, in the early modern period.

Previous speakers have presented papers on topics as diverse as the early modern origins of sign language, the many faces of the Elizabethan pirate, notions of settlement and their development in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and the language of value in seventeenth and eighteenth-century auction advertisements. The five minute slots are ideal for presenting work in progress, new projects, or for PhD students wanting to gain experience in presenting.

The application process will be conducted on a “first-come-first-served” basis.

If you wish to volunteer  please send your name, institution and the title or subject area of your paper to secretary.nwseminar@gmail.com  by 5pm on 29th September.

We look forward to hearing from you and hope you will feel free to promote the CFP and event at your own institutions.

Best wishes,

Andrew

Andrew Crome

Chair – North West Early Modern Seminar

Lecturer in Early Modern History, Manchester Metropolitan University