The Early Modern Commons

Textual Studies, 1500-1800

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Legal History: The Yearbooks, 1268-1535A Project from BU's School of Law Year Bo

5 July 2011

Legal History: The Yearbooks, 1268-1535A Project from BU's School of Law Year Books are the law reports of medieval England. The earliest examples date from about 1268, and the last...

Unfolding the Story of Bess of Hardwick’s LettersExhibition Unsealed – The L

15 April 2011

Unfolding the Story of Bess of Hardwick’s LettersExhibition Unsealed – The Letters of Bess of Hardwick at Hardwick Hall  (Derbyshire, UK) Bess of Hardwick (Elizabeth,...

New Ashgate Series: "Material Readings in Early Modern Culture" Series

8 October 2010

New Ashgate Series: "Material Readings in Early Modern Culture" Series Editors: James Daybell (Plymouth) and Adam Smyth (London)This series provides a forum for studies that...

Call for Papers"Reading Anthologies in Renaissance Europe" (1450-1650),&nbs

25 February 2010

Call for Papers"Reading Anthologies in Renaissance Europe" (1450-1650), Trinity College Dublin, July 19th-21st 2010As print culture developed through the Renaissance, authors,...