From October 15, 2022 until January 31, 2023, the CFP for the ISECS Congress in Rome 2023 is open to those wishing to submit proposals for individual papers, either for an already accepted open panel or for new panels to be set up by the Congress organizers on the basis of the paper proposals received and selected. Proposals may be in English, French or Italian.
The 16th International Congress for Eighteenth-Century Studies is dedicated to the theme Antiquity and the Shaping of the Future in the Age of Enlightenment.
“Enlightenment legacy: the rights of man in a global perspective (2021-2023)”
Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura of the Compagnia di San Paolo has since 2013 supported research and advanced training in the field of the humanities. In a wider effort to pursue this goal, Fondazione 1563 is now expanding its fellowship programme to historical research in a global perspective. To this end, it has created the Turin Humanities Programme, a research initiative that will allow junior scholars to work on interrelated research projects under the guidance of especially appointed senior scholars.
For those of you attending DNS2020, here’s a taste of what’s to come. We are fortunate to have four fantastic keynote speakers who will explore the theme of ‘Dark Enlightenments’ within an eighteenth-century context. Follow this link to see a summary of their topics.
If you would like to attend DNS2020 and haven’t yet registered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘registration’ in the subject-line and include your name and affiliation. Registration is free and includes access to the plenary presentations, over 40 delegate papers, and more.
Bookings for the BSANZ 2020 conference ‘The History of the Book and the Future of the World’ are now open. Registration is free and you can tune in from anywhere in the world. If you’re lucky enough to live in South Australia you can attend in person – and even if you’re not, depending on the state of the borders at the time, you would be welcome to visit Adelaide for the occasion.
If you are presenting at the conference, you should be a BSANZ member. In recognition of the difficulties that everyone is facing in 2020, the Society is offering everyone the concession membership rate regardless of their status.
If you have not already done so, please do let us know if you are willing to include your email address and social media IDs with others who have registered for the conference.
In early November, a conference program will be sent to the email address you register with. The program will include instructions on how to access the series of events within this month-long online conference.
Registration is free.
Please note: if you are a DNS2020 delegate, plenary speaker, or are otherwise involved in a DNS2020 event, you are already registered and do not need to register again.
The University of Birmingham’s School of History and Cultures, College of Arts and Law, is offering two full-time postdoctoral fellowships with Professor Karen Harvey, working on ‘Material Identities, Social Bodies: Embodiment in British Letters c.1680-1820’.
Postgraduate delegates presenting at the upcoming DNS2020 conference have the opportunity to enter the Postgraduate Best Paper Prize. A panel of three judges will judge entrants’ papers and the winner will receive a gift voucher from Cambridge University Press.
If you are a postgraduate delegate at DNS2020 and wish to register for this prize (and haven’t done so already), it’s not too late. You have until the beginning of DNS2020 (13 November) to register for this prize. Please contact the DNS Organising Committee (DNS2020@flinders.edu.au).
Nicolas-Antoine Taunay, Le triomphe de la gillotine. 1795, oil on canvas, Musée de l’Ermitage, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
DNS2020: ‘Dark Enlightenments’ 13 November – 11 December 2020 Adelaide, Australia
Plans towards this conference are rapidly developing! We hope you can join us.
The conference will present a combination of live and recorded papers showcasing cutting-edge research in eighteenth-century studies, focused on the theme of ‘dark enlightenments’—the dark, shadowy aspects of enlightenment processes of the eighteenth century.
Unanticipated changes following the spread of COVID-19 around the globe have resulted in this conference being held entirely online, as a month-long series of events, to enable maximum participation among our community.
Keynote speakers will present their papers to a live online audience, while delegates have been given the opportunity to present pre-recorded papers, which will be available over the duration of the conference for viewing, questions, and discussion. Additional live events are to be held, including a postgraduate/ECR workshop and the ANZSECS general meeting. The conference will also include a postgraduate best paper prize and a postgraduate mentoring program.
Registrations for attendance are due to open mid-October.