Centre for Early Modern Studies, Aberdeen
The Centre for Early Modern Studies brings together the University of Aberdeen's early modern scholars, both established and emergent, and fosters collaborative research.
The Centre is home to a lively research culture and organizes a wide range of events right through from international conferences to visiting speaker series, seminars, and reading groups. It frequently hosts the Early Modern Studies in Scotland seminar and is an Associate Organisation of the Renaissance Society of America, regularly sponsoring panels at the Renaissance Society of America annual conference. The Centre is also one of only two British universities affiliated to the Centre of Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library, Chicago. The Centre's postgraduates and staff benefit from participation in conferences, seminars and research projects organised at the Newberry’s Centre for Renaissance Studies. The Centre also has strong links with the Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel as well as the Society for Renaissance Studies, with whom it has organised a number of joint events.
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