SCEMS Early Modern Discussion Group | Spring and Summer 2022

The Early Modern Discussion Group is delighted to announce its Spring and Summer 2022 speakers: The EMDG is a postgraduate-led, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of a broad range of topics across the period c.1500-1800. Papers are given by postgraduate researchers and early career researchers, Continue reading SCEMS Early Modern Discussion Group | Spring and Summer 2022

SCEMS Spring and Summer Schedule 2022

We are delighted to be hosting a selection of events this semester both in person and online, including lectures, seminars, and masterclasses. See below for our upcoming events: Thursday 10th February, 17:15 – Brian Cummings (York) will talk about his Continue reading SCEMS Spring and Summer Schedule 2022

SCEMS Autumn Schedule 2021

SCEMS Autumn Semester 2021 We are delighted to be hosting a selection of events this semester both in person and online, including lectures, seminars, and masterclasses. See below for our upcoming events: Thursday 7th October, 17:15– Maxine Berg (Warwick) Lecture: ‘Slavery, Continue reading SCEMS Autumn Schedule 2021

SCEMS Online Seminar Series 2020-2021

Choices and Projects For 2020–2021 we’re running an online seminar series based around two themes. Our Choices speakers have been invited to look back on their careers and discuss the choices they have made along the way. The kind of Continue reading SCEMS Online Seminar Series 2020-2021

Online Seminar Series | Intoxicating Spaces Project: ‘What’s Your Poison?’

The Sheffield-based ‘Intoxicating Spaces’ project, funded by HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area), is hosting five free digital talks, open to all, exploring the history of specific intoxicants. Seminars will take place on Wednesdays at 1–2pm BST/GMT between 14 October and 9 December Continue reading Online Seminar Series | Intoxicating Spaces Project: ‘What’s Your Poison?’

Printing Agents: A New Book History Project at SCEMS

  June 28th will see the first formal gathering of Printing Agents, a new network established to galvanise research into the connections between print culture and regional identity.