Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy – The Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America Berlin

We are happy to announce that all members of our research group as well as colleagues from Britain, France, Scandinavia and Russia will participate in the Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (RSA) in Berlin, 26–28 March 2015.

In five panels, we hope to explore the transnational communication of early modern revolts through diplomatic correspondence. Each panel has its own geographical focus and offers insight into our most recent research.

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The Renaissance Society of America has now published the full conference schedule online:

  • Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy I: Southeastern Europe

Fri, March 27, 8:30 to 10:00am, Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstrasse 24/1, 1.606

  • Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy II: England and the Continent

Fri, March 27, 10:15 to 11:45am, Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstrasse 24/1, 1.606

  • Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy III: Scandinavia and the Continent

Fri, March 27, 1:15 to 2:45pm, Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstrasse 24/1, 1.606

  • Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy IV: Borderlands

Fri, March 27, 3:00 to 4:30pm, Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstrasse 24/1, 1.606

  • Receptions and Representations of Revolts in Early Modern Diplomacy V: Shaping the Image

Fri, March 27, 4:45 to 6:15pm, Hegelplatz, Dorotheenstrasse 24/1, 1.606

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For more detailed information on the individual talks and speakers, please download our list of abstracts or visit the RSA homepage.

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Monika Barget

Studies in history, art history and Catholic theology at Augsburg University (Magistra Artium). 2009-2013 employment in content management, copy-editing, customer service and broadcasting. 2013-2017 doctoral studies at the Centre of Excellence "Cultural Foundations of Integration", Konstanz University. 2017-2018 academic project management at the Centre for Digital Humanities, National University of Ireland Maynooth. Since January 2019: postdoctoral researcher at IEG Mainz (Digital Humanities Lab/Digital Historical Research).

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