Renaissance Studies is one of the leading journals in the field of Renaissance studies, with an interdisciplinary emphasis, and a worldwide readership. Established in 1987, Renaissance Studies is published in partnership by the Society for Renaissance Studies and Wiley- Blackwell Continue reading Vacancy – Editor for ‘Renaissance Studies’
David McCallam, Reader in French Eighteenth-Century Studies at the University of Sheffield, has just released his new book: Volcanoes in Eighteenth-Century Europe: An Essay in Environmental Humanities Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment This study explores the explosive history of Continue reading New book announcement! Volcanoes in Eighteenth-Century Europe
Professor Phil Withington at the University of Sheffield is leading a new project, along with scholars in Germany (Prof. Dr. Dagmar Freist, Oldenburg), the Netherlands (Prof. Dr. Toine Pieters, Utrecht), and Sweden (Prof. Dr. Leos Müller, Stockholm), on ‘Intoxicating Spaces’ Continue reading ‘Intoxicating Spaces’ – New Project at Sheffield!