Category Archives: Call for Papers

CFP: Molds as Cultural and Material Mediators

College Art Association Annual Conference, 21 February to 24 February, Los Angeles Convention Center, USA Molds, used in a variety of artistic and artisanal practices, are understood as a means of creating an exact likeness. Through the use of the … Continue reading

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Reminder: Submit proposals for RECSO’s Instruments of the Eighteenth Century seminar series

See below for the Call for Papers for RECSO’s Michaelmas 2017 seminar series — send in proposals to alice.little@music.ox.ac.uk by 30 July 2017.  

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Women’s Study Group (1558-1837) 2017/18: CFP and Meeting Schedule

The Women’s Studies Group 1558-1837 is a small, informal, multidisciplinary group formed to promote women’s studies in the early modern period and the long eighteenth century.  Since it was established in the early 1980s, the group has enabled those interested in … Continue reading

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CFP: Instruments of the Eighteenth Century (forthcoming RECSO/BSECS Seminar Series)

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS: RECSO Conference 2017

Women, Authorship, and Identity in the Long Eighteenth Century: New Methodologies Saturday, 17 June 2017 Taylorian Institution and Radcliffe Humanities Building, University of Oxford Keynote Speaker: Professor Susanne Kord (Chair of German, University College London)  We are delighted to invite … Continue reading

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FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS: Cultures of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland – DEADLINE MONDAY.

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Reminder CfP: Cultures of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Britain & Ireland

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Call for Speakers: Reading Images Hilary Term 2016

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Call for Papers: Cultures of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland

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CFP: Consuming Animals Conference 2017

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