Thank you for registering for the ASECS 2023 Annual Meeting, March 9 – 11, 2023, in St. Louis, MO at the Hyatt Regency St Louis At the Arch. Please review the following information to make your conference experience as seamless as possible. Health and Safety ASECS understands vaccine and mask mandates have been lifted in many areas. However, as a reminder during registration, you agreed to follow the ASECS Health and Safety Protocols at this year’s conference. You may find up-to-date COVID-19 information for the region here: COVID-19 Data Dashboard Missouri Venue Information Hyatt Regency… Read More »Need to know before you go!
Are you looking for ways to enrich eighteenth-century studies with resources that support equitable, diverse, and inclusive research? Gale helps you connect students and faculty to primary sources that share unique insights into women’s rights, racial inequalities, and more. All ASECS members have access to Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO), Gale’s premier archive for advanced study of the eighteenth century, but no one archive can fully cover a hundred years of history and discourse. Find more collections that provide access to rare eighteenth-century content across geographies, media sources, and diverse perspectives. Visit Gale during #ASECS… Read More »Like ECCO? Find More 18th-Century Archives
ONLINE SYMPOSIUM North American British Music Studies Association (NABMSA)Music and Ideas of the Popular: Reconsidering British Music and Musical PracticesAugust 10-12, 2023 (on Zoom) The topic of the 2023 North American British Music Studies biennial online symposium We hope to address the following questions: How are notions of the “popular” tied to assumptions about gender, race, national belonging, and social status? What values and ideologies are mobilized by the opposition of popular with elite culture? How has popular music been mediated, and how does its mediation shape the politics of space and place, empire and… Read More »CfP: NABMSA Music and Ideas of the Popular, Online
The Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture are delighted to announce that the Call for Papers for “HECAA@30: Environments, Materials, and Futures in the Eighteenth Century” is now available. Please visit the conference website: https://sites.google.com/umb.edu/hecaa30 for a list of open sessions and details. Applications for participation are due to session chairs by April 1, 2023. This in-person conference will take place in Boston, Cambridge, and Providence from October 12-14, 2023, with morning plenary sessions followed by gallery sessions, tours, and architectural site visits each afternoon. On the land of the Massachusett and neighboring Wampanoag and… Read More »CfP: HECAA@30: Environments, Materials, and Futures in the Eighteenth Century
New! See the Call for Papers for Eighteenth-Century Studies‘ Special Issue on Eighteenth-Century Coasts, guest edited by Alexander Dick (University of British Columbia) and Eric Gidal (University of Iowa).
9 December 2022 Dear colleagues, Conference registration for the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is open! You can find rates and further information on how to register under the Annual Meeting menu; here is the direct link: Rates and Registration. We have a variety of pre-conference activities on Wednesday, March 8 to get you started: · Art at SLAM! Make sure you sign up for the St. Louis Art Museum’s sponsored events for ASECS members. · Attend the CRT and LGBTQ+ Teach-In for Supporting Marginalized Scholars. · Join the Theater… Read More »Conference Registration Open ASECS 2023!
The Louis Gottschalk Prize recognizes an outstanding historical or critical study on the eighteenth century and carries an award of $1,000. Submissions are due Nov. 15, 2022. Please see more information on the prize page: Louis Gottschalk Prize