What’s Happening


Current and upcoming events (lectures, seminars, workshops, reading groups, public exchanges, etc.) organized or sponsored by the Early Modern Conversions project; deadlines for calls for participation.

 

15 June 2017
Stratford, Ontario
Art in Illyria Forum Workshop at the Stratford Normal School 
click here for more information and here to purchase tickets via the Stratford Festival website

 

22 – 25 June 2017
Montreal, Quebec
15th Annual Montreal Baroque Festival
It’s Montreal Baroque’s 15th anniversary! Come celebrate with us. Early Modern Conversions is pleased to host two events at this year’s festival:

Music, Travel, and the Renaissance Ear (23 June, 5 p.m.) & Circus of Conversion Roundtable (24 June, 12:30 p.m.).
click here for more information

 

25 June 2017
Stratford, Ontario
Loving to Hate
A talk by Sarah Beckwith that explores the relationship between identity and misanthropy in Shakespeare.

Sarah Beckwith is the Katherine Everitt Gilbert Professor of English, Religious Studies and Theater at Duke University. Sponsored by the Early Modern Conversions Project.
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. (Free Admission)
click here for more information 

 

31 July – 23 August 2017
Montreal, Quebec
Summer seminar: “Theatre, Masque, and Opera in England and Italy, 1580 to 1650: Performance Practices and Cognitive Ecologies” (teachers: Julie Cumming and Lyn Tribble)
IPLAI, McGill University

click here for more information 

 

1 August 2017
Montreal, Quebec
Shakespeare in the Park: Much Ado About Nothing 
The Early Modern Conversions project is bringing Repercussion Theatre’s production of Much Ado About Nothing to the McGill campus!
click here for more information and here for further details about the production

 

24 – 26 August 2017
Montreal, Quebec
Team meeting
IPLAI, McGill University

more information to come

 

14 – 16 September 2017
Chicago, Illinois
Politics of Conversion Conference at
The Newberry Library, Chicago

click here for CFP

 

20 – 21 October 2017
Durham, North Carolina
“Tragedy, Recognition, Conversion” Workshop
Duke University & Franklin Humanities Institute

click here for more information

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20 – 21 April 2018
Montreal, Quebec
Conversion and Modernity
McGill University
more information to come

 

30 July – 22 August 2018
Montreal, Quebec
Summer seminar (teachers: Torrance Kirby and Douglas Hedley)
IPLAI, McGill University
more information to come

 

23 – 25 August 2018
Montreal, Quebec
Team meeting
IPLAI, McGill University
more information to come

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