Conference Survival Tips

It's upon us again (has it really been two years?) - the conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS), hosted in 2019 at the University of Sydney.  Conferences are a fantastic opportunity to meet people, experience some fantastic papers, and generally remind yourself why you love academia … Continue reading Conference Survival Tips

Leeds IMC 2018

Are you excited?  We're excited!  We'll be up bright and early on Tuesday morning for the 9am session in the Parkinson building (Nathan Bodington Chamber - fancy!).  Join our esteemed editor, Vanessa Wright, and our four speakers - Philippa Byrne, Stephanie Hathaway, Celeste Andrews, and Sean Tandy - for some fantastic insights into Memories of … Continue reading Leeds IMC 2018

Cerae at Leeds IMC 2018!

Twitter was absolutely buzzing last week with excited medievalists announcing that their panel had been accepted for the International Medieval Congress in Leeds in July 2018.  I have already triple booked myself in some time slots with all the fantastic papers and panels that friends and colleagues have been tweeting.  And now we are excited … Continue reading Cerae at Leeds IMC 2018!

CFP Leeds IMC 2018 Panel ‘Memories of Empire’

CALL FOR PAPERS ‘Memories of Empire’ INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL CONGRESS 2018, LEEDS Cerae is sourcing submissions to participate in a panel focused on ‘Memories of Empire’ for the IMC Conference at the University of Leeds (2-5 July, 2018). The focus of our panel is on the ways in which individuals or collectives used, or were influenced … Continue reading CFP Leeds IMC 2018 Panel ‘Memories of Empire’

‘Economics of Poetry’ Conference: Rome, April 28-30 2016  

Used with permission from the 'Economics of Poetry' conference organisers. Tara Auty reflects on the recent 'Economics of Poetry' conference at the American University at Rome. Held on the grounds of the American University at Rome (AUR), from April 28-30 2016, the ‘Economics of Poetry’ conference was an academic gathering to discuss and advance the … Continue reading ‘Economics of Poetry’ Conference: Rome, April 28-30 2016  

Michelle Brown, Public Lecture: ‘The Luttrell Psalter: Imaging England on the Eve of the Black Death’

by KELLY MIDGLEY On the evening of Thursday November 28th, after an intensive day and a half of inspiring around thirty postgraduates and early career researchers in the Postgraduate Advanced Training Seminar, ‘Understanding and Using Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts’, Professor Michelle Brown opened the CMEMS/PMRG conference with an informative and thoroughly entertaining public lecture: … Continue reading Michelle Brown, Public Lecture: ‘The Luttrell Psalter: Imaging England on the Eve of the Black Death’

Reflections on the CMEMS/PMRG Conference

by ALANA BENNETT This past weekend saw most of the Perth-based Ceræ committee at the CMEMS/PMRG Conference: Textuality, Technology and Materiality in the Medieval and Early Modern World. The conference welcomed both interstate and overseas visitors and offered two days of excellent papers and a friendly atmosphere. The conference opened with a lecture by Professor Michelle … Continue reading Reflections on the CMEMS/PMRG Conference

Call for Papers – From Byzantium to Clontarf: Emotional, Intellectual and Spiritual Perceptions in the Construction and Reception of the Early Medieval Past

From Byzantium to Clontarf: Emotional, Intellectual and Spiritual Perceptions in the Construction and Reception of the Early Medieval Past The 10th conference of the Australian Early Medieval Association (AEMA) Macquarie University, Sydney 7–8 February, 2014 AEMA’s 10th conference spans the eight centuries from late antiquity through to the twelfth century, extending from the Byzantine capital … Continue reading Call for Papers – From Byzantium to Clontarf: Emotional, Intellectual and Spiritual Perceptions in the Construction and Reception of the Early Medieval Past

Second Call for Papers – Urban Culture and Ideologies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: c. 1100-1600

Urban Culture and Ideologies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: c.1100-1600 Massey University, Albany Campus, Auckland, New Zealand 30-31 January, 2014 This conference will focus on the textual traditions of the urban world: the literature of all kinds produced in the urban context, from chronicles to song, illumination to speech acts. Its main theme is … Continue reading Second Call for Papers – Urban Culture and Ideologies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: c. 1100-1600