SEASECS will hold its annual meeting on the campus of Furman University in Greenville, SC, with hotel accommodations at the Hampton Inn in Traveler’s Rest. The theme for the meeting is “Ties that Bind: Reflections on the Past and Future of Eighteenth-Century Studies.” Plenary speakers will be Carolyn Day, Associate Professor of History at Furman University and author of Consumptive Chic: A History of Beauty, Fashion and Disease (2017) and LeAnne Howe, Eidson Distinguished Professor at the University of Georgia and member of the Choctaw Nation. Special events include: Please send paragraph-length proposals for panel… Read More »CfP: The 50th Annual Meeting of SEASECS
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).