|Digital Humanities (ADHO)||
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) sponsors an annual conference each year to discuss and explore related related to digital technologies and humanities research. This coming year marks the 16th meeting of this conference. The ADHO encourage presenters to submit traditional conference papers or to take advantage of the poster session, panel presentations, or workshops and tutorials. The ADHO conference is the ideal venue for presenting digitally-structured research on Renaissance or Early Modern material.
Monday, June 29, 2015 to Friday, July 3, 2015
|Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences (Canadian Society for Digital Humanities)||
The Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences hosts an annual symposium through the Canadian Society of Digital Humanities (CSDH) that uses a conference theme to guide the exploration of various topics in the digital humanities. CSDH encourages "scholars, practitioners, and graduate students to submit proposals for papers, sessions and digital demonstrations during this collective meeting". As this conference enters its 84th year, it is being recognized as a "flagship event" that brings together academics, researchers, and policy-makers to "share findings, refine ideas, and build partnerships".
|University of Ottawa||
Monday, June 1, 2015 to Wednesday, June 3, 2015
|Australasian Association for Digital Humanities||
The Australasian Association for Digital Humanities recently hosted its second conference. "The aim of DHA 2014 is to advance digital methods, tools and projects within humanities research and develop new critical perspectives. The conference will provide a supportive, interdisciplinary environment to explore and share new and advanced research within the digital humanities". The conference featured a wide variety of keynote addresses, masterclasses in digital technologies, traditional conference paper presentations, workshops, and entertainment.
|University of Western Australia||
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 to Saturday, March 21, 2015
|Japanese Association for Digital Humanities||
The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities hosts an annual conference each year on topics related to the intersection between technology and humanities research. This conference hosts a variety of scholarly events across the meeting dates including traditional paper panels, lectures, a poster session, and technological demonstrations. Proposals addressing "all aspects of digital humanities" and intersections "between academic fields, media, language, cultures" are encouraged.
|Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan||
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 to Thursday, September 3, 2015
|Modern Language Association||
The Modern Language Association hosts an annual convention each year to discuss and explore topics across the modern language disciplines. This coming year marks the 130th convention. This prestigious and well-attended conference hosts over 700 events across the meeting dates including traditional paper panels, convention workshops, excursions, and various networking opportunities. This is the most venerated conference in the field of literary studies.
|Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada||
Thursday, January 8, 2015 to Sunday, January 11, 2015
|George Washington Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute (DC)||
"The GW [George Washington] Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute was founded in 2008 by faculty and students in English, History and Romance Languages". The mission of the institute is "to bring fresh critical perspectives to the study of the literature and culture of early Europe within a global perspective, connecting the past to the present". The institute focuses on the entangled and worldly connections of the period that developed its international character. The institute therefore works to broaden the basis of Early Modern studies to include research initiatives focused outside of England. The institute is committed to being an open space where all scholars have access to information.
|George Washington University, Washington D.C, USA|
|Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Arizona)||
"The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS) was founded in 1981 as a state-wide research unit charged with stimulating the interdisciplinary exploration of medieval and Renaissance culture". ACMRS merges and coordinates programs at several major institutions in Arizona: ASU, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, and the University of Arizona in Tucson. With the assistance of its major funding bodies, ACMRS arranges a variety of activities such as lectures, conferences, symposium, and a study-abroad experience for scholars and students studying roughly between 400-1700 AD. The Centre has supported a number of digital Renaissance projects, most notably the Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages and the Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
|Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Ohio State University)||
Located at Ohio State University, the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is an interdisciplinary center that fosters links between the College of Arts and the College of Sciences. The Center's mission is to encourage "interaction among faculty, students, and the public around themes involving the study of history, culture, society, technology, intellectual thought, and the art from late Antiquity to the early modern era". This established centre is affiliated with over 20 university departments, 150 faculty, and several other Renaissance centres worldwide, all which speak to its influence and reach within the community. The centre facilitates a variety of events at the local, regional, national, and international levels, including but not limited to lectures, conferences, and film series.
|Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio, USA|
|Medieval and Renaissance Center (New York University)||
"The Medieval and Renaissance Center (MARC) promotes interdisciplinary learning and research in the history, institutions, languages, literatures, thought, faith, art, and music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance". In conjunction with offering educational opportunities through an undergraduate academic program, MARC hosts a series of events in order to bring together scholars of the period. MARC is committed to supporting the undergraduate and graduate student associations at NYU by providing a space for "collaboration and scholarly conversation". Drawing on the university's institutional resources as well as the resources held within the city, MARC works to bring together scholars between disciplines to foster a "common conversation".
|New York University, New York City, New York, USA|
|Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (Toronto)||
The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) "is a research and teaching centre with a library devoted to the study of the period from approximately 1350 to 1700". The CRRS holds impressive archive of rare Renaissance and Reformation materials - ranging from humanist classics to theology to literature - as well as modern criticism and bibliographies on the period. Alongside supervising an undergraduate program in Renaissance Studies, the CRRS presents lectures, organizes workshops, and hosts an annual concert featuring early modern music. Additionally, the CRRS remains active in the scholarly community by publishing various book series.
|University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|