CfP: Revisiting Early Modern Prophecies (c.1500-c.1815) 26–28 June, 2014, Goldsmiths, London

From their Website: The Reformation dramatically changed Europe’s religious and political landscapes within a few decades. The Protestant emphasis on translating the Scriptures into the vernacular and the developments of the printing press rapidly gave increased visibility to the most obscure parts of the Bible. Similarly, Spanish and Italian mystics promoted a spiritual regeneration of … Continue reading

Upcoming: 5 July 2013, 21:00, Presentation in de Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

I will give a short English presentation on my research as Kick-Off of Lost & Found XL in the venerable, 14th c. Oude Kerk, Amsterdam. Let’s see how the Apocalypse fits with the arts! Lost & Found XL An extra large summer night of stray images and sounds in the oldest building of the city … Continue reading

CfP: Catastrophes and the Apocalyptic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance – 20th Annual ACMRS Conference

Please follow the link to a description and the call for papers for this conference to be held at Scottsdale, Arizona: http://www.acmrs.org/conferences/annual-acmrs-conference

Tweede Dag van de Medioneerlandistiek/Second Day of Medieval Dutch Literature, 13 June 2013, Utrecht

After the first edition in Antwerp, this year researchers in Medieval Dutch Literature from the Netherlands and Belgium came together in Utrecht to listen to very interesting papers given by Renée Gabriël (RUN) (about performative features in the Dietsche doctrinale), Jonas van Mulder (UA) (about rhymed miracles in the Halse Guldenboek, c. 1428), Remco Sleiderink … Continue reading

Upcoming: Digital.Humanities@Oxford Summer School

I am very excited to go soon to Oxford and get hands-on teaching on TEI and hear more about general recent developments in the Digital Humanities. The schedule looks very interesting! And not to forget about the Banquet at Queens College… I still have to think of the best moment to sneak out and visit … Continue reading

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