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CEMS Research Seminar: Harry McCarthy (Exeter) 'Not He, the Queen': Boyed Blackness and Queer Race on the Early Modern Stage'-
Join the Centre for Early Modern Studies for this interesting seminar led by Dr Harry McCarthy.
A Portraitist in Europe: Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun-
Join us for this seminar (in French and in English) with Geneviève Haroche-Bouzinac, co-hosted by the Centre for Modern Languages Research (CMLR) and the Centre for Early Modern Studies (CEMS).
Professor Wayne Te Brake (Purchase College, State University of New York): The Hidden History of Religious Peace-
NB: Due to the UCU strike, this seminar will now take place on Tuesday 14 March at 5 pm in CB009 (in person and online)
Dr Stefan Hanss (University of Manchester): Medicine, Material Culture and Hair in Early Modern Germany-
Online and in Room MR 303
The Burn excursion 17-19 February 2023-
A postgraduate training weekend across Arts and Humanities Disciplines for PGR and PGT students, 17-19 February 2023 at the Burn in Edzell
Dr Jaroslaw Pietrzak, "A History of Polish-Scottish contacts in the early modern period" - Please note change of time and venue due to UCU strike!-
Dr Pietrzak is an Erasmus exchange guest at Aberdeen/CEMS from the Jagiellonian University Kraków.
CEMS Research Seminar. Dr Lubaaba Al-Azami (Liverpool) 'An Early Anglo-Indian: The Case of Maryam Khan'.-
1-2 pm, MacRobert Rm 303, and live online.
CEMS Global Conversations: Diana Barnes (University of New England), 'The Contested Bubble in Early Modern Writing'-
Please join us for this live in person, and live online event in CEMS Global Conversations series, featuring Dr Diana Barnes. This event will also be available live via Microsoft Teams - to register for online attendance, please use the link below.
Dr Suzanna Ivanič (Kent): Material Connections across Central and Eastern Europe, 1500-1700: The Case of Chalcedony-
Online seminar, link will be sent out nearer the time
Dr Meha Priyadarshini (Edinburgh) "The China, the Manola, and the María Clara: Dress and Identity in the Spanish Empire"-
This project ranges across early modern and nineteenth century materials. It explores how “national types” were created in the nineteenth century whose costumes were made from foreign textiles introduced via early modern global trade. Meha Priyadarshini is Lecturer of Early Modern History at University of Edinburgh. She studies connections between colonial Latin...