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Society for Renaissance Studies 10th Biennial Conference

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LJMU
Dates of Event
19th July 2023 – 22nd July 2023
Last Booking Date for this Event
22nd July 2023

Description

The topic for the tenth SRS Biennial Conference is ‘Difficult Pasts’. Since its inception as a period of historical enquiry, the Renaissance has been packaged as the rebirth of European civilisation following the long period of decline after the fall of the Roman Empire. While this narrative mischaracterises both the Renaissance and the rich tapestry that was medieval Europe, and has been largely discredited, the assumptions underpinning this founding myth of Western civilisation have shaped and continue to shape the development of Renaissance and early modern studies. For some time now, our disciplines have been reassessing and grappling with the implications of their frames of reference. Current debates over de-centring and decolonising research and teaching testify to the challenges of recovering controversial pasts and departing from a reading of history and culture in terms of a narrative of continued progress. By engaging with the complexity of a shared global past, scholars, heritage professionals, and community activists can attract negative publicity and resistance from those unwilling to explore how difficult pasts impact our present and future. This interdisciplinary conference offers a broad platform for evaluating and developing the trajectory of Renaissance and early modern Studies.

Attendee CategoryCost   
A - Early Bird Member Full Delegate - income less than £35,000£85.00[Read More]
B - Early Bird Member Full Delegate - income £35,000 - £65,000£115.00[Read More]
C - Early Bird Member Full Delegate - income £65,001+£140.00[Read More]
D - Early Bird Non-Member Full Conference - income less than £35,000£110.00[Read More]
E - Early Bird Non-Member Full Delegate - income £35,000 - £65,000£140.00[Read More]
F - Early Bird Non-Member Full Delegate - income £65,001+£165.00[Read More]
G - Day Delegate - Wednesday 19th - income less than £35,000£40.00[Read More]
H - Day Delegate - Wednesday 19th - income £35,001 - £65,000£55.00[Read More]
I - Day Delegate - Wednesday 19th - income £65,000+£70.00[Read More]
J - Day Delegate - Thursday 20th - income less than £35,000£40.00[Read More]
K - Day Delegate - Thursday 20th - income £35,001 - £65,000£55.00[Read More]
L - Day Delegate - Thursday 20th - income £65,000+£70.00[Read More]
M - Day Delegate - Friday 21st - income less than £35,000£40.00[Read More]
N - Day Delegate - Friday 21st - income £35,001 - £65,000£55.00[Read More]
O - Day Delegate - Friday 21st - income £65,000+£70.00[Read More]
P - Day Delegate - Saturday 22nd - income less than £35,000£40.00[Read More]
Q - Day Delegate - Saturday 22nd - income £35,001 - £65,000£55.00[Read More]
R - Day Delegate - Saturday 22nd - income £65,000+£70.00[Read More]

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