CELL is excited to report our friend and associate, Dr Nadine Akkerman, has a new book out, ‘Courtly Rivals’, to accompany the exhibition on Elizabeth Stuart and Amalia von Solms at the Historical Museum of The Hague.
With the new academic year underway, CELL is happy to announce the schedule for the Director’s Seminar for the ﬁrst term 2014-15. Led by CELL’s Director, Professor Lisa Jardine, the seminar is where CELL gets together to ﬁnd out what’s going on.
CELL is delighted to announce it has a new Research Associate, Dr Louisiane Ferlier. We look forward to welcoming her in September. In the meantime here are details of her upcoming conference, Forms and Formats: Experimenting with print, 1695-1815
CELL, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries and the Princeton University Library, have been awarded a $488,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to implement The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe. This new digital humanities research initiative will explore historical reading practices through the lens of manuscript annotations preserved in early printed books.
The Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL) is pleased to announce ‘Failure in the Archives’, a conference celebrating the frustrations of archival research, to be held on 30 October 2014 and featuring a keynote address by Natalie Zemon Davis. Further details can be found along with a full Call for Papers at the conference website. Please submit all questions, feedback, and proposals to FailureInTheArchives@gmail.com no later than 31 July 2014.
CELL invites proposals for papers to be given at the 2015 annual conference of the Renaissance Society of America (RSA), to be held at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin next spring, 26–28 March 2015. The deadline for receipt of proposals is Friday, 30 May.