Category: Events

Event Report on Unfinished Conversations: Still Kissing the Rod #3

Event Report on Unfinished Conversations: Still Kissing the Rod #3

‘Unfinished Conversations: Still Kissing the Rod #3’ — hosted at Merton College, Oxford, on 30 January 2024 — was occasioned by the recent publication of two landmark works: The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Women's Writing in English, 1540-1700, edited by by...

CEMS Seminar Series 2023

CEMS Seminar Series 2023

Dr Katherine Butler Schofield (King's College London) will present CEMS final seminar for 2023 on 31 October. The title of Katherine's presentation, “Scattering Shahjahanabad: Indian Musicians' Lives in a Time of Crisis 1739-88” will be available on CEMS You Tube...

CEMS Member New Publications 2023

CEMS Member New Publications 2023

  Congratulations to Julie Hotchin (Honorary Lecturer at ANU's School of History) and her co-editor, Jirki Thibaut on their recent publication,Women and Monastic Reform in the Medieval West, c. 1000 – 1500: Debating Identities, Creating Communities (Boydell...

CEMS Seminar Series 2023

CEMS Seminar Series 2023

Dr Suzanna Ivanič (Kent University) presented CEMS 2nd seminar for 2023 on 16th May. The title of Suzanna's presentation, “Religion, Magic, and Science revisited: A Material Approach to the Everyday” is available on CEMS You Tube channel.   Presentation Overview...

CEMS Member New Publications 2023

CEMS Member New Publications 2023

In February 2023 the Centre for Early Modern Studies celebrates a new publication by Dr Claire Hansen as one of the three editors.  Reimagining Shakespeare Education: Teaching and Learning through Collaboration (Cambridge University Press 2023) edited by Liam F....

CEMS Member New Publications

CEMS Member New Publications

In August 2022, the Centre for Early Modern Studies celebrates three new publications by members Kate Flaherty, Katrina Grant, and Una McIlvenna. Find details of the works, and links to how to purchase them, below. Gilli Bush-Bailey and Kate Flaherty, eds. Touring...

View CEMS Seminar Two, 2021, with Assistant Professor Robbie Richardson

View CEMS Seminar Two, 2021, with Assistant Professor Robbie Richardson

“The Souls of Departed Utensils”: Death and Indigenous Material Culture in Eighteenth Century Britain, our second seminar and Q&A for 2021, presented by Robbie Richardson, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Princeton University, is now available to view...

CEMS ANU Work in Progress Morning, Semester 2, 2021

CEMS ANU Work in Progress Morning, Semester 2, 2021

In November 2021 CEMS ANU members, including two HDR candidates, spoke to their most recent research in progress. Chaired by Senior Lecturer Kate Flaherty, the first panellists spoke on ‘Double-take: Revisionary Readings of Early Modern Texts.’ Centre Director Ros...