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CFP Medieval and Early Modern Spaces and Places: Courtly Encounters

Our Call for Papers is now open for the annual MEM Spaces & Places conference. More info here

5th November 2019

Spaces & Places: Experiencing the Court Conference was a success!

Thanks to everybody who attended and spoke at our Experiencing the Court conference in Greenwich. We're hoping to write up a report on the event.

We'll be putting together the call for papers for the next one soon!

18th April 2019

Professor Brown's book out

Professor Richard Brown's book, The Art of The Faerie Queene came out in December 2018. The Art of The Faerie Queene is the first book centrally focused on the forms and poetic techniques employed by Spenser. It offers a sharp new perspective on Spenser by rereading The Faerie Queene as poetry which is at once absorbing, demanding and experimental.

4th March 2019

conference registration now open!

We are delighted to announce registration for our annual Spaces & Places conference is now open! This year’s theme is ‘Experiencing the Court’ and will take place 3-4 April 2019 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in Greenwich. Please register before 1 March 2019: 

23rd January 2019

Sensory Experiences Seminars

Our first Sensory Experience Seminar will take place on 4 February 2019! more details here:

8th January 2019

Sir Walter Ralegh: A Quadricentennial Symposium

Sir Walter Ralegh: A Quadricentennial Symposium

Room 246, Senate House, University of London, 29 October 2018, 10 am-3 pm

Malet Street, London. WC1E 7HU. Free: All welcome.

Please register online at

22nd October 2018

CFP: Medieval and Early Modern Spaces and Places: Experiencing the Court, 2019

Our call for papers is now open for this year's annual conference on Spaces & Places with the theme 'Experiencing the Court'!

14th September 2018

sign up to our email list!

You can now sign up to our email list to stay up to date with our events here

15th August 2018

new book by Leah Clark now out!

Leah Clark's Collecting Art in the Italian Renaissance Court: Objects and Exchanges is now out with Cambridge University Press. 

17th July 2018

Leah Clark giving public talk at the National Gallery-June 18

Leah Clark will be giving a free lunch time talk at the National Gallery on June 18 on her new book, Collecting Art in the Italian Renaissance Court: Objects and Exchanges​ which will be out at the end of this month.

Details on her talk here:

5th June 2018

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