Foundations of Research-1 (Sources & Methods of Source Analysis) is now open for registration.
De Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen heeft een vacature voor een docent Oude en Middeleeuwse Geschiedenis (24 uur per week, van 15 januari 2021 tot 31 augustus 2021). Kandidaten kunnen zich melden tot 12 november 2020.
Binnen het NWO-project "(Re)counting the Uncounted. Replication and Contextualization of Dutch and Belgian Premodern Population Estimates (1350-1800)" zijn er twee vacatures voor een student-assistent.
Princeton University has announced that planning for its annual Medieval Studies Graduate Conference is underway. The conference will be held on March 6, 2021 (via Zoom) with the following theme: “Reclaiming Losses: Recovery, Reconquest, and Restoration in the Middle Ages.”
With Ad Putter, Sjoerd Levelt and Anne-Louise Avery.
Based on William Caxton’s bestselling 1481 English translation of the Middle Dutch, but expanded with new interpretations, innovative language and characterisation, this edition is an imaginative retelling of the Reynard story. With its themes of protest, resistance and duplicity fronted by a personable, anti-heroic Fox making his way in a dangerous and cruel world, this gripping tale is as relevant and controversial today as it was in the fifteenth century.
Monday 16 November 2020, 7–8pm GMT – Register at crowdcast.io/e/reynard-the-fox-book.
Applications to the PhD and MPhil are now open at the Australian Catholic University (Melbourne). Applicants must submit their completed application by 11:59pm Sunday 18th October 2020 (AEDT).
This series of seminars convenes researchers based in North America and Europe in order to inspire and further establish reflections about race, race-thinking, and racialization among scholars of late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. The first seminar will be held on Monday, October 19, at 12:00 EDT by Nicole Lopez-Jantzen (City University of New York), Racialization in Late Antique Italy and Italian Historiography.
The University of Cologne (Graduiertenkolleg 2212 "Dynamiken der Konventionalität (400-1550)") is looking to appoint six PhD students. Candidates should apply before 15 November 2020.
This postponed international workshop will now be held on a digital platform. It seeks to bring together an international and interdisciplinary group of scholars to work on the interrelated aspects of ancient and early medieval walls in the Mediterranean and northwestern Europe throughout the first millennium CE.
The Research Training Group "Byzantium and the Euro-Mediterranean Cultures of War" is looking to appoint six PhD students. Candidates should apply before 15 November 2020.