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Publication announcement | Nouvelle parution

Cures for Chance: Adoptive Relations in Shakespeare and Middleton By Erin Ellerbeck Published: December 2021© 2021PRODUCT DETAILSImprint: University of Toronto PressPage Count: 184 PagesDimensions: 6.25 x 9.25World Rights Adoption allows families to modify, either overtly or covertly, what is considered to be the natural order. Cures for Chance explores how early modern English theatre questioned the inevitability of the biological …

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Call for Papers: Renaissance Landscapes

A call for papers for the 65th annual conference of thePacific Northwest Renaissance SocietyBanff Park Lodge Resort, Banff, AlbertaSeptember 15 to 18, 2022 Plenary Speakers Professor Mary Floyd-Wilson, UNC Chapel Hill Professor Janelle Jenstad, The University of Victoria We welcome proposals for papers, panels, roundtables, or other formats for in-person presentations.Topics may, but need not, …

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Collection Latomus : “Textes médio- et néo-latins”

La collection Latomus publie depuis 1939 des volumes consacrés aux différentes disciplines qui composent les études latines : littérature, histoire, linguistique, épigraphie, archéologie, éditions et commentaires de textes. Elle atteint à présent son volume 365. Cette forme d’anniversaire nous amène à entamer un nouveau cycle. Aujourd’hui, nous fondons à l’intérieur de notre grande série une …

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ÉTUDES SUR LES FEMMES | WOMEN’S STUDIES

La prochaine session du séminaire virtuel international de la FISIER ReNoV/ReNeWThe next session of FISIER's virtual international seminar ReNoV / ReNeW "Études sur les femmes""Women's Studies" aura lieu le vendredi 4 février 2022 | will take place on Friday, February 4, 2022 à 10h-13h (NY) / 15h-18h (Londres) / 16h-19h (Paris) / 23h-02h (Tokyo) / 24h-03h (Sydney)at 10am-1pm (NY) / 3-6pm …

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A Word from the President | Un mot du Président

2021 Presentations Now Available; 2022 Proposals Soon Due Happy New Year! After the cancellation of the London Congress in 2020, last year’s virtual conference was a welcome opportunity to hear what our Canadian colleagues have been doing during the pandemic, to exchange ideas, and to renew our commitment to the shared project of Renaissance Studies …

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Call for Papers: CSRS/SCÉR 2022

The 2022 conference of the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (CSRS/SCÉR) will be held online from May 12 to May 14, as a part of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences’ annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. The theme for this year’s Congress …

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Invitation to Submit Book Proposals

Durham University IMEMS Press, a partnership between the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies at Durham University and Boydell & Brewer, is pleased to invite book proposals for the following series. Catholicisms, c.1450–c.1800 focusses on various aspects of Catholicism as it grew to become a global movement and brings together work from a range …

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Continuités historiques | Historical continuities

La prochaine session du séminaire virtuel international de la FISIER ReNoV/ReNeWThe next session of FISIER's virtual international seminar ReNoV / ReNeW"Continuités historiques""Historical continuities"aura lieu le samedi 11 décembre | will take place on Saturday, December 11th à 9h-12h (NY) / 14h-17h (Londres) / 15h-18h (Paris) / 22h-01h (Tokyo) / 23h-02h (Sydney) at 9am-12pm (NY) / 2-5pm (London) / 3-6pm (Paris) / …

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Polaris | Call for Submissions

Polaris now welcomes submissions of 750-3000 words on all aspects of cultural practice in Northern Europe from the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries. Polaris is the sister publication of the Journal of the Northern Renaissance and its hub for short-form scholarship, notes and queries, research spotlights, and other more informal academic contributions. The Polaris supports Open …

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Call for Abstracts: Early Modern Asexualities

We are soliciting abstracts for 5,000-6,000-word papers to be included in an edited collection entitled Early Modern Asexualities. We invite people to propose papers that draw on the insights of asexuality studies to investigate early modern English literature and culture. Essays might explore how an understanding of asexuality and aromanticism can complicate and complement historical …

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