Category: News

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 purchase them, below. Gilli Bush-Bailey and Kate Flaherty, eds. Touring...

Seminar and Public Lecture: Mobilising Papal History, and Gaetano Moroni’s Dizionario di erudizione storico-ecclesiastica.

Seminar and Public Lecture: Mobilising Papal History, and Gaetano Moroni’s Dizionario di erudizione storico-ecclesiastica.

Dr Miles Pattenden will present the seminar ‘Mobilising Papal History’ (March 22), and the ‘Works that Changed the World’ public lecture (March 25) as Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Visiting Fellow. Miles is currently Senior Research Fellow, Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry, Australian Catholic University.

Digital Approaches to Multilingual Text Analysis Symposium

Digital Approaches to Multilingual Text Analysis Symposium

In January 2022, ANU hosted the online symposium, Digital Approaches to Multilingual Text Analysis, organised by Dr Joshua Brown (University of Western Australia) and CEMS member Dr Katrina Grant. The symposium was held all day on January 27 2022 from 1:45pm – 7:30pm...

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...

An acquisition for the John Emmerson Collection, State Library Victoria

An acquisition for the John Emmerson Collection, State Library Victoria

'Transforming the Early Modern Archive' is an ARC funded linkage project, bringing researchers together from State Library Victoria, ANU, La Trobe University, University of Newcastle and Victoria University of Wellington. The project is investigating the John Emmerson...

Early Modern Women’s Complaint Poetry Index Launched

Early Modern Women’s Complaint Poetry Index Launched

On August 23, 2021, the fruit of four years' labour was launched. This searchable index of Early Modern Women's Complaint Poetry reveals women's engagement with the powerful and ubiquitous rhetorical mode of complaint during the English Renaissance. The team behind...