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I take the liberty of sharing this fascinating CFP
Inside the castle walls of Braganca we find the Church of St. Mary of the Assumption and the “Domus Municipalis” (XV century), that is a perfect example of Romanesque architecture, and is a unique building in the Iberian Peninsula. – Bragança - Portugal
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Conference Announcement

Greece, Greeks, and Greek in the Renaissance

Sunday, 13 December 2015
University of Cyprus, Archaeological Research Unit (12 Gladstone Street, Nicosia)

Programme:

Welcome and Introduction (Natasha Constantinidou & Han Lamers) (9.00-9.15)

Session A: Classical Greek Learning in the Latin West (9.15-11.15)
- Paola Tomé (Magdalen College, Oxford), ‘Aldus Manutius and the Learning of Greek’
- Luigi-Alberto Sanchi (Institut d’Histoire du Droit - UMR 7184), ‘Greek studies in Paris, ca 1490-1540: From a Thirsty Desert to the Rise of the Collège de France’
- Raf Van Rooy (University of Leuven), ‘A Professor at Work: Hadrianus Amerotius (1490s–1560) and the Study of Greek in 16th-century Louvain’

Coffee Break (11.15-11.30)

Session B: Reconciling the Classical and Byzantine Pasts (11.30-13.30)
- Eirini Papadaki (University of Cyprus), ‘The Reception of Classical Antiquity in Early-Modern Greek Literature’
- Federica Ciccolella (Texas A&M University), ‘The Anacreontic Hymns of Maximos Margounios (1549-1602): A Revival of Byzantine Poetry?’
- Calliopi Dourou (Harvard University), ‘The Longs and Shorts of an Emergent Nation: Nikolaos Loukanes’s 1526 Iliad and the Unprosodic New Trojans’

Lunch Break (13.30-14.30)

Session C: Reception, Appropriation, and Uses of Classical Greek Learning (14.30-16.30)
- Hélène Cazès (University of Victoria), ‘A Passion for Ancient Greek in Renaissance Europe: (Re-)Inventing Philology and Humanism’
- Malika Bastin-Hammou (Grenoble University), ‘Teaching Greek with Aristophanes in the French Renaissance’
- Luigi Silvano (University of Turin), ‘Studying Humanist School Commentaries on the Greek Classics (XV-early XVI c.): A state of the Art’

Coffee Break (16.30-16.45)

Session D: Responses & Round Table Discussion (16.45-18.00)

All are welcome! For further information and registration, please contact [email protected].

The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance at the University of Warwick: Interdisciplinary Study, I

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awards-residencies-award-holders-2022-23-humanities – bsr.ac.uk 01/02/2023

awards-residencies-award-holders-2022-23-humanities – bsr.ac.uk

Renaissance Centre Warwick's PhD candidate Mathilde Alain has been awarded the Society for Renaissance Studies-British School at Rome scholarship. She will conduct her research in Rome from April - June 2023. Details at

awards-residencies-award-holders-2022-23-humanities – bsr.ac.uk Every year the BSR welcomes established leaders and rising stars of the academic and fine arts worlds who have won our awards to spend an extended period in Rome.

31/01/2023

Register for the NIKI conference ''Italy and the Low Countries – Artistic Relations: The Sixteenth Century'' which will take place at the Museum Catharijneconvent in Utrecht on Friday 31 March, 2023 → bit.ly/NIKI2023

Photos from BnF - Bibliothèque nationale de France's post 31/01/2023

Photos from BnF - Bibliothèque nationale de France's post

28/01/2023

This is such a wonderful annual event and provides an incredibly important space for graduate students studying medieval and early modern material to share their work in a supportive and encouraging environment.

It's so exciting to read the abstracts and see new ways of thinking about a wide range of work in this field. Kudos to the Newberry for all the hard work they do to put this on and to encourage emerging scholars!

Starting today, over 60 graduate students will be at the Newberry to share their research across all fields of medieval, Renaissance, and early modern studies! Stay up to date with conference happenings using and .

View participant abstracts & the full schedule of events: https://www.newberry.org/calendar/2023-multidisciplinary-graduate-student-conference-nlgrad23

Online Lecture: Imagining the Medieval City (Saturday 25 Feb 2023) 24/01/2023

Online Lecture: Imagining the Medieval City (Saturday 25 Feb 2023)

Online Lecture: Imagining the Medieval City (Saturday 25 Feb 2023) Join the London Medieval Society as we explore cities in the Middle Ages. The programme of the day is as follows: 10:10 Virtual Meeting Room Opens 10.20 Welcome and Introduction 10.30 Catherine Cla…

Call for applications for 2023 PhD placement scheme 19/01/2023

Call for applications for 2023 PhD placement scheme

Call for applications for 2023 PhD placement scheme Published date: 16 January 2023 PhD placements are offered for 3 months full time or, wherever possible, part-time equivalent.  A range of projects across the Library's departments and sites is available, as listed below. Where the nature of the project allows it, the option to undertake some or al...

Renaissance Lives | 'Giorgione's Ambiguity' 19/01/2023

Renaissance Lives | 'Giorgione's Ambiguity'

Renaissance Lives | 'Giorgione's Ambiguity' The Venetian painter known as Giorgione or ‘big George’ died at a young age in the dreadful plague of 1510, possibly having painted fewer than 25 works. But many of these are among the most mysterious and alluring in the history of art. Paintings such as the 'Three Philosophers' and 'The Tempest...

18/01/2023

Heartfelt congratulations to our Masters student D Saxelby, who graduated yesterday with a Distinction in 'Culture of the European Renaissance'. We wish you all the very best for your future, whichever path you may take! D is pictured here with Prof Ingrid De Smet and Prof David Lines.

29/11/2022

Online Latin for Research Tuition delivered by Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance. This is open to post-beginners, it will explore and compare the writing styles and approaches of humanists from across Europe, and the cost is £180 per term. Participants from institutions belonging to the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium may be able to claim their fees back from local Newberry funds; ask your local representative for more information. More information and registration at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/latin4research/ . Deadline for applications is Friday 9th December 2022 and for fee payment, Friday 6th January 2023. Classes start on Thursday 12th January 2023.

04/11/2022

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship

The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) at the University of Warwick is pleased to invite Expressions of Interest from highly qualified researchers in the field who seek to apply for a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, tenable in the Centre.
The deadline is 25th November. Please consult our website for full details.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) at the University of Warwick is pleased to invite Expressions of Interest from highly qualified researchers in the field who seek to apply for a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, tenable in the Centre. The CSR is a buoyant hub of interdisciplinary....

Processing the Pandemic III: Hope 03/11/2022

Processing the Pandemic III: Hope

Processing the Pandemic III: Hope A transdisciplinary symposium using the experience of the past to find hope in a time of crisis.

Mapping the Early Modern Spanish World 27/10/2022

Mapping the Early Modern Spanish World

Mapping the Early Modern Spanish World This seminar explores art and visual culture produced across the globe during the long reign of the Spanish Habsburgs (1516–1700).

Postgraduate funding 26/10/2022

Postgraduate funding

Applications are now open for Chancellor's International Scholarships (CIS) at the University of Warwick. For 2023/24 entry there will be up to 42 CIS available to be awarded to the most outstanding International and EU PhD applicants. The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance at the University of Warwick is inviting applications for PhD (entry 2023) from students whose research interests connect with our fields of expertise. The Course Application Deadline is 12 December 2022.

The AHRC-funded Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership (M4C) is awarding doctoral studentships for UK and international applicants for 2023 through an open competition and Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDA) Collaborative Doctoral Awards (CDA) working with a range of partner organisations in the cultural, creative and heritage sector. The deadline for M4C funding applications is 11th January 2023 (noon UK time) for entry in October 2023 by which time applicants must have applied for a place to study and have ensured that two academic references are submitted via the Midlands4Cities online reference form. For full details of eligibility, funding, research supervision areas and CDA projects, please visit: https://www.midlands4cities.ac.uk/

Information about both funding streams on our website at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/pgstudy/prospectivepgstudy/phd

Postgraduate funding funding, postgraduate, Renaissance Studies

Exploring Early Modern Maps 25/10/2022

Exploring Early Modern Maps

Exploring Early Modern Maps This workshop explores the stories behind early modern cartography their contribution to interdisciplinary studies today.

Refashioning the Seventeenth-Century Self 25/10/2022

Refashioning the Seventeenth-Century Self

Refashioning the Seventeenth-Century Self This workshop explores how new studies of early modern culture should approach the performance of social and literary identity.

Culture of the European Renaissance (MA) (Full-Time, 2023 Entry) 25/10/2022

Culture of the European Renaissance (MA) (Full-Time, 2023 Entry)

Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) is offering scholarships of up to £5,000 each to deserving applicants to its taught MA in the Culture of the European Renaissance (which includes a term in Venice) for 2023/24. Applications for funding will be due on Friday, 28 April 2023 (12 Noon, GMT). Full-time applications will be privileged. Funding will be set against tuition fees. The main criteria for these scholarships are: (1) academic excellence; (2) financial need; (3) diversity; or a combination of any of the above. Please specify in your scholarship application why you believe you should receive this funding. Course information available here: https://warwick.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/courses/europeanrenaissance
Additional information and eligibility criteria here: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/pgstudy/prospectivepgstudy/mastersdegree/bursary/
For further information, contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Dr Aysu Dincer ([email protected]).

Culture of the European Renaissance (MA) (Full-Time, 2023 Entry) Gain an insight into the culture of European Renaissance on this MA. Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance offers an interdisciplinary research environment. With a term spent in Venice, your detailed research will help you present complex and original arguments.

Call for Papers: The Multiconfessionalism of Central Europe under the Reign of Stefan Bathory - REFORC 25/10/2022

Call for Papers: The Multiconfessionalism of Central Europe under the Reign of Stefan Bathory - REFORC

CfP: ‘The Multiconfessionalism of Central Europe under the Reign of Stefan Bathory’. 26-28 JUN 2023. Faculty of History, University of Warsaw (Poland). The organizers invite post-doctoral and senior researchers as well as doctoral students to propose papers (20-25 min) by December 22, 2022. Conference participation is free. The organizers will also refund travelling expenses or accommodation costs of the speakers. It is also possible to register for the conference without giving a paper. The organizers cannot then reimburse the cost of travel and accommodation, but can provide assistance in booking accommodation.

Call for Papers: The Multiconfessionalism of Central Europe under the Reign of Stefan Bathory - REFORC About Thomas M. Safley described multiconfessionality as “the coexistence of two or more confessions in a given region, enjoying recognition under the law and benefiting from political support.” This confessional coexistence was made possible by meticulous legal regulations, sometimes in the for...

20/10/2022

STVDIO

Our second STVDIO seminar speaker this year will be Dr Ioanna Iordanou (Oxford Brookes) on 'Republic of Secrets: Official State Secrecy as a Tool for Knowledge Exchange in Late Renaissance Venice'. Tue 1 November, 5pm GMT. This is an in-person event, in room OC1.07 in the Oculus Building. All welcome, sign up/register here https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/stvdio/ . The STVDIO seminar series is supported by the Humanities Research Centre ( ) and the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance

STVDIO Studio; Stvdio; Renaissance; research; seminars

Weccum maris: cui bono? Moral economies of shipwreck in early modern England 07/10/2022

Weccum maris: cui bono? Moral economies of shipwreck in early modern England

Online-only seminar, Monday 10 October @ 5.30pm, David Cressy (Ohio State University) will give a paper entitled ‘Weccum maris: cui bono? Moral economies of shipwreck in early modern England’. Hosted by the Institute of Historical Research, abstract and full information available on their website.

Weccum maris: cui bono? Moral economies of shipwreck in early modern England Shipwrecks on the shores of England were not just catastrophes for merchants and mariners, but opportunities for inhabitants of the coast. The goods and fittings of stricken ships, if not lost to the waves, became subject to predation by interests and agencies on land. In the eyes of seaboard commun...

21/09/2022

Our first STVDIO seminar of the new academic year is a joint collaboration with the Warwick Italian Department, on Tuesday 11th October at 5pm. Prof. Carlo Caruso (University of Siena) will speak to us on 'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499) - An Antique Novel for Modern Readers'. This is an in-person seminar, all welcome, light refreshments provided. Sign up / register via the webpage at https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/stvdio/
The STVDIO seminar series is kindly sponsored by Warwick's Humanities Research Centre and the Renaissance Centre itself.

GOTH Symposium 2023: Gender and otherness in drama and literature – Call for Papers | Gender and Otherness in the Humanities 25/08/2022

GOTH Symposium 2023: Gender and otherness in drama and literature – Call for Papers | Gender and Otherness in the Humanities

CfP: 'Gender and otherness in drama and literature', Thursday 18 to Saturday 20 May 2023. The 3rd annual GOTH Symposium 2023 (The Open University, Milton Keynes). Deadline, 30 November 2022. http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/goth/index.php/2022/06/09/goth-symposium-2023-gender-and-otherness-in-drama-and-literature-call-for-papers/

GOTH Symposium 2023: Gender and otherness in drama and literature – Call for Papers | Gender and Otherness in the Humanities CFP DEADLINE: 30 November 2022 EVENT: 3rd Annual GOTH Symposium DATE: Thursday 18 to Saturday 20 May 2023 ORGANIZERS: The GOTH Committee TYPE: F2F HOST: The GOTH Research Centre, OU LOCATION: The Open University, Milton Keynes THEME: Gender and otherness in drama and literature.

23/08/2022

CfP for the Twelfth Annual REFORC Conference on Early Modern Christianity, which will be hosted by KU Leuven, and will take place May 11-13, 2023. They welcome short paper proposals related to the topic of the plenary lectures, as well as on all other subjects dealing with Early Modern Christianity. Short paper submission will close March 1, 2023. Details at: https://reforc.com/events/twelfth-annual-reforc-conference-on-early-modern-christianity/

An Unknown Latin Manuscript Translation of Descartes’ 'L’Homme' 19/08/2022

An Unknown Latin Manuscript Translation of Descartes’ 'L’Homme'

A previously unknown manuscript of a Latin translation of Descartes’ L’homme has resurfaced in the collection of the UBL. Hopes are that the manuscript can help solve the problematic history of the text and numerous textual problems. https://www.leidenspecialcollectionsblog.nl/articles/an-unknown-latin-manuscript-translation-of-descartes-lhomme

An Unknown Latin Manuscript Translation of Descartes’ 'L’Homme' A previously unknown manuscript of a Latin translation of Descartes’ L’homme has resurfaced in the collection of the UBL. A stunning discovery at a time of renewed interest in L’homme. Hopes are that the manuscript can help solve the problematic history of the text and numerous textual problem...

04/08/2022

Research & Impact - Faculty of Arts - University of Warwick

Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (CSR) invites expressions of interest for the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme. The Faculty of Arts at the University of Warwick is one of the world’s top 50 Arts and Humanities faculties and is home to a thriving research culture spread across seven Departments and Schools (https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/research/).
Internal deadline 5pm, Thurs 1st Sept. Full details and eligibility criteria:
https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/postdoctoralresearch/bapdfellowships

Research & Impact - Faculty of Arts - University of Warwick Overview of research projects and their impact in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Warwick.

29/07/2022

From Manuscript to Print

The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance will offer Palaeography classes (From Manuscript to Print) for both English and Italian during term 1, Autumn 2022. These are unassessed courses, designed to help students learn to read and transcribe documents from the late Middle Ages to the early modern period. The classes are taught online (typically via MS Teams) by experienced researchers, and involve a fair amount of homework. The English stream will take place on Wednesday afternoons, 15:00-16:30 (BST), starting 12th October 2022, with Italian classes taking place on Tuesday afternoons, 15:00-16:45 (BST), starting 4th October 2022. Italian palaeography requires at least an intermediate knowledge of Italian. Further information is here, including links to the different streams and application forms / deadlines etc. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/postgradstudy/manuscripttoprint/
Places on both courses are limited, so selection will be based on the details given in your brief application. Students not enrolled in Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance will pay £180 per course. Participants from institutions belonging to the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium may be able to claim their fees back from local Newberry funds; ask your local representative for more information.

From Manuscript to Print Being able to read original manuscripts and prints from the Renaissance era is an essential skill for anyone pursuing research in Renaissance Studies. The CSR has a long-standing reputation for its courses in this area, which annually include both English Palaeography and (typically in alternation)....

28/07/2022

Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance is once again planning to offer a course on Latin for Research in the Humanities, open to post-beginners, which explores and compares the writing styles and approaches of humanists from across Europe. The class is taught by Mr Iván Parga Ornelas, and the cost is £180 per term.
https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/latin4research/ Places are limited, and early applications are strongly encouraged. Application / booking form is here, https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/latin4research/app_form
deadline for applications / fee payment is 8:00am GMT on Tuesday 20th September 2022.

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