Calendar of Events

EVENTS, 2018-19

OCTOBER:

OCTOBER 30, 2018

Critical Conversations Graduate Panel: “Temporality, Historicity, and the Urgency of Now” Graduate students will present on a roundtable on themes related to temporality, historicity, and the “relevance” of historical studies for enacting social change in the twenty-first century. The panel will take place from 12:30 – 2pm in 3222 Angell Hall, with lunch from 12pm.

 

NOVEMBER:

NOVEMBER 15, 2018

The EMC invites you to an article workshop Cecilia Morales on Nov. 15 at 2:30pm in 3241 Angell Hall. For questions or a draft please email laurelnb@umich.edu.

NOVEMBER 19, 2018

Simone Chess, Associate Professor of English at Wayne State University, will discuss her works in progress. This talk will take place from 12:00 to 1:30pm in 3154 Angell Hall. 

 

DECEMBER:

DECEMBER 15, 2018

The Early Modern Colloquium invites you to join us for our annual write-a-thon. This all-day session will be designed to provide a quiet, motivating atmosphere for students working on end of term papers, dissertation chapters, and any other writing projects. The writing session will go from 9am-5pm in 3222 Angell Hall.  Please RSVP to laurelnb@umich.edu.

 

FEBRUARY:

FEBRUARY 15 & 16, 2019

The EMC invites you to attend its two-day annual conference, Early Modern Colloquium Conference: How to be Global in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds, with keynote lectures by: Bernadette Andrea (UCSB) and Christine Chism (UCLA). For a full schedule of events, see the Annual Conference page.

 

EVENTS, 2017-18

 

SEPTEMBER:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th:

The EMC invites you to attend a lecture by Katherine Eggert, Professor of English at University of Colorado Boulder on Septmber 29th at 5pm in 3222 Angell Hall. A graduate student workshop with Professor Eggert will take place 9-10:30 am on 29 September in 3154 Angell Hall.

 

NOVEMBER:

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd:

We invite you to workshop a work-in-progress entitled “Impractical Criticism: Close Reading and the Contingencies of History”with Professor Michael Schoenfeldt on November 2nd at 2:30pm in 3154 Angell Hall.

 

DECEMBER:

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st:

The EMC invites you to workshop a dissertation chapter with Margo Kolenda On Dec 1 at 2pm in 3241 Angell Hall. For questions or a draft please email charisw@umich.edu

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th:

The Early Modern Colloquium invites you to join us for our first ever write-a-thon. This all-day session will be designed to provide a quiet, motivating atmosphere for students working on end of term papers, dissertation chapters, and any other writing projects. The writing session will go from 8am-6pm in 3222 Angell Hall.

 

JANUARY:

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th:

The EMC invites you to workshop a dissertation chapter with Sheila Coursey on January 8th at 3pm. 

 

MARCH:

FRIDAY, MARCH 16th and SATURDAY, MARCH 17th:

The EMC invites you to attend its two-day annual conference,  Exploring Resistance Through Medieval and Early Modern Culture, with keynotes by Kathryn Schwarz (Vanderbilt) and Carla Della Gatta (UCLA). For a full schedule of events, see the Annual Conference page.

 

APRIL:

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th:

The EMC invites you to workshop a work-in-progress with Peggy McCracken at 4pm in 3154 Angell Hall.