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Departments, Centres And Other University Resources
- Cultural History
- Divinity with Religious Studies
- History of Art
- Modern Languages:
- Gender Studies
- Elphinstone Institute
- Centre for the Novel
- Centre of Scottish Thought
- Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies
In addition to these networks, CEMS is in the process of establishing close working relationships with a number of key institutions in the field of modern studies. These include the following:
United Kingdom and Ireland
Reformation Studies Institute, University of St Andrews
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London
United States and Canada
Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC
Aberdeen is one of only two British universities within the Newberry Consortium, membership of which facilitates participation in the important seminars and research projects, notably those hosted by the Newberry’s Centre for Renaissance Studies. Our postgraduates and staff benefit from regular travel to, and participation in, the Newberry Center's conferences and meetings.
Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto.
Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, in particular, the Committee for Renaissance Research (Arbeitskreis für Renaissanceforschung) and the Committee for Baroque Research (Arbeitskreis für Barockforschung), and the project Wissensproduktion an der Universität Helmstedt: Die Entwicklung der philosophischen Fakultät 1576-1810. In Helmstedt, Aberdeen's Duncan Liddell was professor for many years, before his death in 1613.
Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte, Göttingen: ’The History and Transformation of Cultural and Political Values in Medieval and Modern Europe’.
Forschungszentrum in Gotha für kultur- und sozialwissenschaftliche Studien der Universität Erfurt, Germany
Erasmus Centre for Early Modern Studies, University of Rotterdam