Keynotes: Evan Jones (Bristol) and Jon Stobart (Manchester Metropolitan) Call for Papers Extended deadline: May 21st 2017 This two-day conference invites proposals from postgraduate students, ECRs and academics working on the production, distribution and consumption of goods and materials in Continue reading Conference: Connections in Commerce and Consumption: Production, Distribution and Consumption in Britain and Europe, 1500-1800
Back in the crisp days of March, Book History @ Sheffield heard a fabulous paper from Sheffield PhD student, Catherine Evans. In her talk, ‘Pleating Time in Early Modern Almanacs’, Catherine reported back on archival research completed during a four Continue reading Rethinking Time via the Early Modern Almanac
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.
On Wednesday 7 June we will be running a ‘SCEMS research projects day’, which will provide an opportunity for colleagues to hear about early modern research projects in development, and also some which are in progress. We have a number Continue reading SCEMS Research Project Day
Renaissance Reborn A student conference at the University of Sheffield 3 May 2017 HRI Feel free to attend just one or a couple of the panels if you cannot come to the entire event, but please register in advance.
This EMF is jointly organised with Book History. It will feature 2 current PhD students from the School of English.
Selling Skin: the Cultural Context for Leather Goods in Early Modern England Sheffield postgraduate (and former EMDG coordinator) Tom Rusbridge will be sharing some of his research into leather, speaking to the title ‘Selling Skin: the Cultural Context for Leather Continue reading Early Modern Forum: Tom Rusbridge
Masterclass with SCEMS Visiting Speaker, Tim Raylor. Professor of English at Carleton College since 1992, Raylor’s research explores intellectual and social contexts of early modern literature and thought, embracing the visual arts, philosophy and science. An alumnus of Sheffield’s Hartlib Continue reading Masterclass with Tim Raylor: from Hartlib to Hobbes
A material enquiry into drinking ‘too much’ and ‘just enough’ in Early Modern England. Dr Angela McShane, Head of Renaissance and Early Modern Studies at the V&A/RCA History of Design and Material Culture, is a Visiting Fellow at the University Continue reading Dr Angela McShane: The ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ routine