JULY 2009

27 March – 21 July 2009: “Charles the Bold. The splendour of Burgundy”; Bruges

25 April – 17 July 2009: “Book Illustration in Renaissance France”; the Walters, Baltimore

1 JULY
Deadline for proposals: “Instruments”: French Studies in Scotland (Burn conference); The Burn, 20-22 November 2009

Deadline for proposals: 24th International Congress on Medievalism; Sienna Coll. NY, 8-11 October 2009

6 – 30 JULY
Mellon Summer Institutes in Vernacular Palaeography: English Paleography at the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.

6 – 31 JULY
“Music Books in Early Modern Europe: Materiality, Performance, and Social Expression”: The Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies NEH Summer Seminar; Chicago

6 JULY – 14 AUGUST
Montaigne and the Making of the Modern Self: the summer programme at the European College of Liberal Arts, Berlin

8 – 10 JULY
“Monasteries and Secular Authorities in the pre-Millennial Medieval World”; University of St Andrews, St Andrews Institute of Mediaeval Studies

9 – 11 JULY
Visuality/Materiality: Reviewing Theory, Method and Practice
; Royal Institute for British Architects, London

9 – 12 JULY
‘Accipe et Devora’: Packaging, Presentation and Consumption of MSS and Printed Books, 1350-1550, University of Exeter

10 JULY
Deadline for proposals: “Critical Theory: The Text and the World”; Exeter, 17 September 2009

11 JULY
“Inquisition and Confession in England after Lateran IV”: Queen Mary College, University of London

13 – 16 JULY
16th International Medieval Congress, Leeds

13 – 17 JULY
Digital Humanities Observatory Summer School; Dublin

15 JULY
Deadline for proposals: “The Culture of Translation in Early Modern England and France (1500-1660)”; Oxford, 27-28 November 2009

21 – 22 JULY
“Moving Forward” – The Sixth Annual CASS Postgraduate Conference; University of Aberdeen

22 – 25 JULY
Televising History 2009 Conference; University of Lincoln

22 JULY – 22 AUGUST
“Making Publics, Producing Spaces (1500-1700)”: Summer Research Seminar for Dissertation-Stage and Recent PhDs and Junior Faculty; McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

27 JULY – 14 AUGUST
Mellon Summer Institutes in Vernacular Palaeography: Spanish Paleography at the Huntington Library, Los Angeles, California.

Mellon Summer Institutes in Vernacular Palaeography: Italian Paleography at The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, California.

28 – 30 JULY
“Print Networks”: British Book Trade History Conference; Cambridge

28 – 31 JULY
Building the city in the Middle Ages”; Nájera

30 – 31 JULY
“MAPPING THE MEDIEVAL CITY: SPACE, PLACE AND IDENTITY” – AN INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLOQUIUM; SWANSEA UNIVERSITY

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