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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...
Northern Networks, Aberdeen: Astronomical and Medical Knowledge from the Baltic to East Central Europe, 1550-1750-
A workshop on 28-29 October 2022, supported by the AHRC Research Networking Scheme brought to Aberdeen by Cassie Gorman (Anglia Ruskin University) and Stefano Gulizia (University of Miland and Polish Institute of Advanced Studies, Warsaw), in cooperation with the Museum and Special Collections, University of Aberdeen
Natural Law, Religious Conflict, and the problem of War and Peace in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Europe-
Two-day symposium organised by the Centre for Polish-Lithuanian Studies with the support of the Centre of Early Modern Studies and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Edinburgh.
Dr Joanne Anderson (Aberdeen) - Slow Art: an experiential study of art in its late medieval landscape - CEMS Research Seminar-
The Centre for Early Modern Studies at the University of Aberdeen welcomes Dr Joanne Anderson for this CEMS Research Seminar. She will speak on 'Slow Art: an experiential study of art in its late medieval landscape.’
Urvashi Chakravarty (Toronto) - The Stain of Slavery in Early Modern England - CEMS Research Seminar-
This talk explores the ideologies of slavery in early modern England, in a moment which preceded the development of an organized trade in enslaved persons. Despite the persistent fiction that England was innocent of racialized slavery, I argue that the ideologies of slavery were seeded in the quotidian spaces of early...
Dr Toby Wikström (Iceland) - 'Before Sentimental Empire: Slavery, Genre and Emotion on the Seventeenth-Century French Stage - Joint CEMS and CMLR Research Seminar-
The University of Aberdeen welcomes Dr Toby Wikström (University of Iceland) for this seminar: 'Before Sentimental Empire: Slavery, Genre and Emotion on the Seventeenth-Century French Stage' with
Julia Pohlmann (Aberdeen) - Israel married Judah: The imagined Jew and Israel in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Covenant theology - CEMS Research Seminar-
The Centre for Early Modern Studies at the University of Aberdeen welcomes Julia Pohlmann to this week's lunchtime seminar, entitled: 'Israel married Judah: The imagined Jew and Israel in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Covenant theology'.
CEMS Research Seminar: The Contested Bubble in Early Modern Writing - *EVENT POSTPONED*-
All are welcome to this evening event, the first in our Global Conversations series, connecting CEMS across continents and timezones. We welcome Dr Diana G. Barnes (UNE, Australia), whose topic is 'The Contested Bubble in Early Modern Writing'.