Memory and the Making of Knowledge in the Early Modern World
- 16th-17th Century
- 18th-19th Century
- Art and Architecture
- Cultural History
- Economic History
- Environmental History
- Gender and Women
- Historical Geography
- Imperial and Colonial
- Intellectual History
- International History
- Legal History
- Local and Regional History
- Oral history
- Political History
- Religious History
- Science and Technology
- Social History
- Urban History
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Updated CFP Deadline: 31 May 2017
Memory and the Making of Knowledge in the Early Modern World will bring together senior scholars and junior researchers whose work addresses memory in early modern literature and history. It aims to consolidate recent advances in these fields and develop new avenues of inquiry through an intensive programme of skills training, collections-oriented excursions, and – above all – productive intellectual exchange on research topics and techniques. The Summer School will also explore how studies of memory and early modernity might shape one another in the future.
Junior (postgraduate and postdoctoral) scholars whose research touches on any aspect of memory in the early modern world are invited to participate in the Summer School. Participants will be expected to give a short (no longer than 20 mins) presentation on their research.
The Summer School will be conducted in English. The organisers hope to be able to provide return transport to Göttingen, accommodation, and breakfast/lunches for participants. Child care is available for up to four children and is provided on a first come, first served basis.
Prospective participants are requested to send a one-page CV, a brief letter of motivation, and a 250-word abstract of your research to the organisers,
Andrew Wells and Claudia Nickel, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 May 2017.
We particularly welcome applications from all individuals from under-represented groups or who may have special requirements (including, but not limited to, physical or mental disability). Such applicants are encouraged to specify any such requirements in their letter of motivation.
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