The Medieval and Early Modern Centre
The Medieval and Early Modern Centre (MEMC) is in its seventeenth year of operation. It was inaugurated in August 1997 as the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Sydney and was given its current name and expanded brief in late 2010. The Director of MEMC is Professor Jonathan Wooding, Sir Warwick Fairfax Professor of Celtic Studies. MEMC runs a programme of medieval and early modern research events throughout the year, administers a research funding scheme, and supports postgraduate programmes, honorary research associates and visiting fellows. Postgraduate MEMC hosts a range of Reading Groups and has a room in the John Woolley Building which is also used by staff from the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (CHE). MEMC produces a Newsletter and circulates Notices relating to medieval and early modern research in Australia and overseas. MEMC welcomes new members (membership is free) who are advised to contact the Director Jonathan Wooding in order to be added to the email list.
You are invited to participate in a new Health Humanities research collaborative. The health humanities offer insights into the human condition as it pertains to the arts and sciences of healing and deepens understanding of disease and wellness, pain and suffering, personhood, the nature of death and dying, embodied experience, and the limits of technological knowledge. This collaborative will apply for node status with the Charles Perkins Centre.
Abstracts for proposed papers and proposals for sessions are invited relating to the ten conference themes.
Rethinking Intellectual History is co-presented by the Sydney Intellectual History Network (University of Sydney), the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science (University of Sydney) and the Centre for the History of European Discourses (University of Queensland).
A prestigious ARC Future Fellowship has been awarded to Daniel Anlezark from the Department of English.
Ideas and Enlightenment: The Long-Eighteenth Century. David Nichol Smith Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Studies XV - 10 December 2014 to 12 December 2014