Full details here. Position Description The Department of English at Colby College invites applications for a three-year visiting appointment in pre-1800 British Literature, to begin fall 2023. For this position we seek a scholar with demonstrated teaching excellence and strong publications to deepen our offerings in early literature from a range of historical, theoretical, and… Continue reading Position announcement at Colby College, pre-1800
Scottish Society for Northern Studies Autumn/Winter Seminar Series
The SSNS Seminar Series continues on 1 December 7pm GMT with a talk by Dr Lisa Collinson (University of Aberdeen), titled ‘A New, Collaborative Translation of Medieval Church Laws from Eastern Norway: Some Reflections’. This is a free, ticketed event; please register below. Abstract: This talk will explore the rich collaborative process which led to… Continue reading Scottish Society for Northern Studies Autumn/Winter Seminar Series
Reception, Susception, Acception: The Use and Re-use of Classical Studies, 1-2 December ANU
In-person free conference. Program follows: THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 AUDITORIUM, RESEARCH SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, ANU09:30–10:30 Marguerite Johnson - Add Nymph and Mix: The Eroticisation of The Australian Landscape 11:00–12:30 Catherine Walsh - How do we judge feminist classical receptions? Aimee Turner - Livia in London: The reception of the imperial consort in Tudor and Stuart… Continue reading Reception, Susception, Acception: The Use and Re-use of Classical Studies, 1-2 December ANU
Final Classics Seminar for 2022: 27 October 4pm AEDT
The final seminar for this year at the Centre for Classical Studies (ANU) is scheduled for Thursday 27 October at 16:00 (4pm) AEDT. It will be delivered by Dr Tamara Lewit from the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne, and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, London. Title: A monk, a Syrian and a Gaul walk… Continue reading Final Classics Seminar for 2022: 27 October 4pm AEDT
Scottish Society for Northern Studies Conference 19 November
Just a reminder that our day conference and AGM will take place this year on Saturday 19 November. The event, titled ‘North Sea Economic Networks’, will take place in person at the Carnegie Library in Dunfermline. The event will also see the award of the 2022 Magnusson Prize, and the Society’s AGM, as well as a visit to Dunfermline Abbey. There… Continue reading Scottish Society for Northern Studies Conference 19 November
Nomadic Networks and the Spread and Practice of Islam: online workshop October 28
Third Ḥajar Online Workshop October 28th 2022 15:45 - 19:00 (CET time) Chairs: Irina Shingiray (University of Oxford) and José C. Carvajal López (University of Leicester) 15:45 Case studies José C. Carvajal López (University of Leicester) Nomads of Qatar? The emergence of Bedouin communities in the Persian-Arabian Gulf ShadiaTaha (University of Cambridge) Beja nomads in… Continue reading Nomadic Networks and the Spread and Practice of Islam: online workshop October 28
Call for Applications: Post-Doc resident Fellowship for 2023/24 at University of Hamburg (RomanIslam Center)
The Center for Advanced Study "RomanIslam Center for Comparative Empire and Transcultural Studies" funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), invites applications for Resident fellowships (Post Doc). The fellowships are expected to take place between 1.4.2023 and 31.3.2024 as well as have a duration between 1 and 12 months.Fellowships are available for scholars at all… Continue reading Call for Applications: Post-Doc resident Fellowship for 2023/24 at University of Hamburg (RomanIslam Center)
Medieval Round Table: 3 October, 6:15pm AEST online
The Medieval Round Table meets again next Monday, 3 October, at 6:15 with a paper by Anya Adair, University of Hong Kong: ‘The Curious Incident of the Monster in the Nighttime: Circumstantial Evidence in Early English Law and Literature’. We'll again be meeting via Zoom. To receive the Zoom link for the meeting please email Andrew… Continue reading Medieval Round Table: 3 October, 6:15pm AEST online
Register: AEMA 17 online conference, Fri 30 Sept – Sat 1 Oct
In line with this year's theme of Memory & Forgetting, you've probably forgotten to register! Here, let us nudge your memory. Recall those heady days at the worlds friendliest online early medieval conference and repress those tiresome commitments. Program and registration here.
University of Leicester: PhD Studentship
PhD Studentship: Slavery and the Households of Sixth-Century Gaul Slavery in the early medieval West remains an understudied topic, especially in regards to the relationships that formed between the free and unfree. Interactions within domestic space, and the management of enslaved people by the heads of household, created dynamic mechanisms for regulating, changing, or stabilising… Continue reading University of Leicester: PhD Studentship
University of Sydney: Postgraduate Research scholarship
Understanding Early Medieval Friendship: Discovering the variety of friendship in early medieval Insular literature An exciting opportunity exists for a commencing PhD student to explore friendship in its rich variety across the vernacular and Latin literatures of the early Middle Ages in Britain, in Old English, Anglo-Latin and other languages. Friendship is a fundamental human… Continue reading University of Sydney: Postgraduate Research scholarship
University of Tennessee: Assistant Professor of Premodern Islamic History.
The Department of History at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville is seeking to hire a professor of premodern Islamic history (7th – 14th centuries) at the tenure-track Assistant rank. The appointment will begin fall semester 2023. Ph.D. is required at the time of appointment. The field of research is open in terms of geography and thematic focus, though the successful candidate will be… Continue reading University of Tennessee: Assistant Professor of Premodern Islamic History.
University of Tuebingen: 2 x Three-Year Positions
The Faculty of Protestant Theology at the University of Tuebingen invites applications for two three-year positions (m/f/d) at Doctoral or Post-Doctoral Level (TV-L 13, 65%-100%): 1) One three-year position on Jews and Christians in Arabia: Between the Qur’an and Early Islam. 2) One three-year position on The Qur’an and Ethiopic Christianity The research project The… Continue reading University of Tuebingen: 2 x Three-Year Positions
Acord presents Peirol troubadour (d.800) Sunday 18 Sept.
Margaret Arnold : altoRichard Excell : viellesJerzy Kozlowski : bassSue Tweg : readerCarol Williams : harp, vielle, rebec Sunday 18 September 2022, 11:00 amTickets $20 & $10 at the door including refreshments after.Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, 251 Faraday Street, Carlton, Melbourne
CFP: 10th conference of the Medieval Chronicle Society.
From Prof Dr Graeme Dunphy: September is upon us, and since many of you will now be making your plans for the next academic year, this seems like a good time to remind you of our chronicles conference, which will be taking place in Nancy (France) in July next year. A few weeks ago I… Continue reading CFP: 10th conference of the Medieval Chronicle Society.