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About obrienatrix

Obrienatrix is a cosmopolitan, migrant hybrid. A bookish anarcha-feminist archimimocrat, she is a Medievalist by profession, though with an anachronistic love for chocolate.

SEPTEMBER 2009

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AUGUST 2009

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Spam of the Week

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CFP: Medieval Literature & Celtic Studies: Parallels, Exchanges, Points of Contact; ICMS-Kalamazoo, 13-16 May 2010

Deadline: 15 September 2009
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NEWS UPDATE: JOB & POSTDOC INFORMATION SOURCES

Bookmark this if you are a current PhD student nearing completion and the viva, or a recent PhD and/or junior university staff (a.k.a. faculty) on the search for jobs!!!
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New members: Ruth Canning, Virginia Langum, and Paul MacCotter

The Forum is delighted to welcome three new members: Ruth Canning (PhD student in History, University College Cork); Virginia Langum (PhD student in English, University of Cambridge); and Paul MacCotter (Senior Postdoctoral Researcher in the department of Archaeology, University College Cork).

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JULY 2009

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IMC, Leeds; 12-15 July 2010

17th International Medieval Congress
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds
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CFP: ICMS, Kalamazoo; 13-16 May 2010

45th International Congress on Medieval Studies
University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo
Deadline for paper proposals: 15 September 2009

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Research fellowship in early modern European history (Churchill C, U of Cambridge)

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Lectureship in late antique history (Manchester), lectureship (Nottingham) & PhD bursary in early modern British history (Bangor)

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Jobs: Welsh-medium PhD studentship in history (Bangor), lectureships in African history and in world and/or imperial history since 1500 (Cambridge),

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JUNE 2009

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MAY 2009

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Updates next week

More updates, news and so on on Tuesday: O’Brien is marking until then.

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Query re. Rob Poulton, “Saxon and Medieval Staines and its hinterland”

Your assistance would be appreciated with the following question; should you be able to answer it, please add a comment below, or contact David Essex directly, or correspond c/o the Forum and we’ll pass your message along to him. Merci d’avance!

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FMRSI site updates: more posts are up

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Summer Schools in Old Norse & Old Irish; Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, June-July 2009

(Please check dates with the organizers; the information we received has the 2007 dates.)

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Wiley-Blackwell is offering complimentary[ish] access to over 500 Social Science and Humanities Journals

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CFP: Early Middle English Society at Leeds 2010

Deadline: 6 September 2009.

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