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Recent Content

Special issue launch: Shakespeare: explorations over time and across disciplines

Palgrave Communications is a multi-disciplinary open access journal publishing peer-reviewed original research across all areas of the humanities & the social sciences.

To mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, Palgrave Communications is pleased to announce the launch of a special issue on Shakespeare studies.

[Seeking Co-Editor(s)] Routledge Handbook of Poverty in early modern Europe

Dearest H-Albioners,

I have been in conversation with Routledge off and on for over a year about the possibility of producing a Routledge Handbook on poverty, broadly covering the early modern context. You can see examples of the series here: their handbook series have garnered some considerable success to date.

Global Irish Diaspora, Int'l Congress, August 2017, CFP

THE GLOBAL IRISH DIASPORA
1ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

August 15-19, 2017
University College Dublin

First Call for Papers

Archaeology * History * Anthropology * Folklore * Art, Music, Literature

This is the inaugural congress in a triennial series that examines the histories, cultures, heritages and identities of Irish communities beyond Ireland's shores.

CFP: Charles Kingsley at 200 Workshop, July 20-22 2017 (submission deadline 1 Nov. 2016)

This workshop is sponsored by the Southampton Centre for Nineteenth-Century Research and Princeton University Library. The convenors are Dr Jonathan Conlin (University of Southampton) and Dr. J. M. I. Klaver (University of Urbino).

Announcement: Long- and Short-Term Fellowships at the Folger Shakespeare Library

www.folger.edu/fellowships

The Folger Institute in Washington, D.C. is now accepting applications to its Fellowship Program.  Each year, the Folger awards approximately five long-term fellowships and forty-five short-term fellowships.  Fellowships support scholars in residence for anywhere from six to nine months (long-term) and one to three months (short-term).  Long-term fellows receive a monthly stipend of $5,555.55 for up to $50,000 while short-term fellows receive $2,500 per month for up to $7,500.

 

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