Call for Papers: 2022 ANZAMEMs Ceræ panel

The Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies is hosting a hybrid online and at the University of Western Australia for it's 13th biennial conference, with the topic "Reception and Emotion". Ceræ is accepting submissions for a panel with the following themes. Themes: Reception, Emotion, and Witchcraft As Michael Ostling and … Continue reading Call for Papers: 2022 ANZAMEMs Ceræ panel

Call For Papers – IMC Leeds 2022 Panel: In the Middle of What? Period Boundaries in Medieval Studies

The idea underlying 'the Middle Ages' is by now well-known: it was the backwards middle period between the glories of Antiquity and the advances of Enlightenment. As this perception took hold, such periodisation became entrenched and the fields that studied each era so fossilized that hardly any communication took place between them. This state of … Continue reading Call For Papers – IMC Leeds 2022 Panel: In the Middle of What? Period Boundaries in Medieval Studies

Conference Review: ISSEME 2021

Recently Cassandra Schilling of the Cerae General Committee attended this year's biennial conference of the International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England (ISSEME), 17-18; 21-22, June 2021. In this post she shares her thoughts and impressions. Recently I had the pleasure of attending and participating in the twentieth biennial conference of the International … Continue reading Conference Review: ISSEME 2021

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Conference Review – Thoughts on the 2020 digital Leeds IMC and the future of meetings and conferences in the age of COVID-19

In this blog post, Victoria Shirley of the Ceræ editorial board shares her impressions of the 2020 virtual Leeds IMC The 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic has upended the models of teaching students and exchanging research that we have used for decades. Large, in-person classes for most of 2020 have been changed to online classes. Mass gatherings … Continue reading Conference Review – Thoughts on the 2020 digital Leeds IMC and the future of meetings and conferences in the age of COVID-19

Research and Working During the COVID-19 Outbreak

The spread of the COVID-19 virus in 2020 has presented unique challenges to students, professors, researchers, and professionals around the world. Conferences have been cancelled, classes have been shifted to taking place online, and access to libraries is now limited for many in affected countries. We at Cerae will continue to work on creating Volume … Continue reading Research and Working During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Conference Review – AEMA 2019, Monash University

In this article, Cerae committee member Cassandra Schilling reflects on the 2019 conference of the Australian Early Medieval Association (3-5 Oct) A reminder that, if you are thinking of turning your conference paper into an article, Cerae is open for submissions year-round (postgrads and ECRs especially encouraged). This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the 14th International … Continue reading Conference Review – AEMA 2019, Monash University

Conference Review – Kings & Queens 8, University of Catania

In this article, our social media editor Matt Firth reflects on his experiences at the 2019 Kings & Queens conference, hosted by Università degli Studi di Catania A reminder that, if you are thinking of turning your conference paper into an article, Cerae is open for submissions year-round (postgrads and ECRs especially encouraged). It's been nearly two weeks since … Continue reading Conference Review – Kings & Queens 8, University of Catania

Conference Review – Leeds IMC 2019

In this article, our deputy reviews editor Kirsty Bolton reflects on her experiences at the 2019 edition of the Leeds International Medieval Congress (IMC) (1-5 July) A reminder that, if you are thinking of turning your conference paper into an article, Cerae is open for submissions year-round (postgrads and ECRs especially encouraged). Everyone’s IMC is different. With … Continue reading Conference Review – Leeds IMC 2019

Conference Review – ANZAMEMS, University of Sydney

In this guest article, Daniel Johnson reflects on the recent conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS) at the University of Sydney. I am a part-time PhD student from the UK, studying the theology of the hymns of Isaac Watts (1674-1784) at the University of Leicester. I … Continue reading Conference Review – ANZAMEMS, University of Sydney

Conference Review – Leeds IMC 2018

  The weather was amazing, the programme was jam-packed, there were dragons - the 25th Leeds International Medieval Congress was an amazing event!  As ever, there were far more panels and events than any one person could possibly attend, which can be a bit overwhelming, but as our previous conference tips post advised, take it … Continue reading Conference Review – Leeds IMC 2018