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2023 Annual General Meeting and Lecture

The 2023 AGM (3.00 pm) and Annual Lecture (5.00 pm) will take place in Swedenborg House in London (20–21 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2TH) on Friday, 17 November 2023.

Anyone who would like to attend the AGM and / or the Annual Lecture should register by 13 November 2023 here.

Please click here for more details including the programme.

Mon 23 Oct 2023, 12:21

Rhyme, but no reason? Latin and English fun in the Early Modern Period

Latin was everywhere in the early modern period – it was the language of education and the lingua franca, used in letters, science and literature. Many English authors of the period wrote in Latin and English or combined both. During this workshop, we will look at literature in which authors use a combination of English and Latin to humorous effect. We will discuss examples of verse and plays - in particular, a comedy called Ignoramus, of which we will perform a passage.

Date: Fri Nov 17 2023

Time: 13:00:00 GMT+0000 (Greenwich Mean Time)

Location: Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU

Please click here to sign up

Fri 15 Sep 2023, 11:45 | Tags: Being Human Festival

CFP: World Congress of Scottish Literatures 2024

The fourth World Congress of Scottish Literatures will be hosted by the School of English at the University of Nottingham, from Wednesday 3rd to Sunday 7th July 2024.

While the fourth World Congress does not have a specific theme, our scope is transnational, and we would especially welcome papers on subjects that reflect the specific context of the Congress in Nottingham: the relationship between Scotland and England from earliest times to the present, a relationship which has had profound implications for the entire world, and which is a significant relationship in literatures in Scots, Gaelic, English, French and Latin from earliest evidence to contemporary production.

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Fri 25 Aug 2023, 12:15 | Tags: CFP, Conference

Colloquium: Neo-Latin and Transcultural Exchanges

Organised by the Society for Neo-Latin Studies (SNLS), this international colloquium brings together leading scholars to discuss their current work on Latin’s place and value in a rich variety of early modern global contexts, ranging from London to China, Poland to the Philippines, and Russia to the Levant. Talks will encompass many disciplines and genres, including drama, poetry, travel-writing, rhetoric, geography, historiography and theology. We will discuss how Latin worked as a medium within early modern transcultural exchanges, as well as its significance for questions of rhetoric, educational processes and forms of representation.

Date: September 23, 2023

Location: Online (via zoom)

Please click on the title for the programme and list of speakers, and click here to register.

The colloquium has been co-organised by Mr. Tomos Evans (Birmingham), Prof. Sarah Knight (Leicester), Dr. Rebecca Menmuir (QMUL) and Dr. Sharon Van Dijk (Birmingham).

Registration is free, and the colloquium will take place online via Zoom. Please click on the title for the programme and list of speakers, and click here to register.

Fri 25 Aug 2023, 12:02 | Tags: Conference, colloquium, Transcultural Exchange

Mnemosyne: Forgetting, Remembering, and Rediscovering Classical Antiquity

The Warburg Institute, in collaboration with the Institute of Classical Studies, is hosting its fourth Postgraduate Symposium, Mnemosyne: Forgetting, Remembering, and Rediscovering Classical Antiquity. This is an in-person event for postgraduate students and early-career researchers held in central London.

Call for Papers Deadline: Friday 25 November 2022

Conference dates: Thursday-Friday 4-5 May 2023

Fri 21 Oct 2022, 14:19 | Tags: Graduate Forum, CFP, Warburg Institute, Early Career

PhD Position: The LAGOOS project (“A Life in Ancient Greek: The ‘Secret’ Diary of Karl Benedikt Hase”,

The LAGOOS project (“A Life in Ancient Greek: The ‘Secret’ Diary of Karl Benedikt Hase”, is looking to recruit a team member at the level of a doctoral student (‘pre-doc’) on a 4-year fixed-term contract to begin in March 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter. 

Fri 09 Sep 2022, 15:39 | Tags: Postgraduate, job offer, Ludwig Boltzmann Institut, Project