The final programme for the conference (with room information) is now available.
You can download the PDF or check out the conference pages using the links above.
We’re very excited about the papers and associated conversations taking place over the next few days!
In April, Elaine and Mel participated in a SHARP-sponsored panel at the Renaissance Society of America annual conference, held in Dublin, Ireland.
Elaine presented the paper, which offered an overview of our approach to editing Behn’s texts and the principles we’ve developed as a result. It was great to be back conferencing.
You can view the slides of our talk here, and the accompanying script here.
Conference Programme Now Available!
It’s been a long time coming (two years, no less), but the programme for the July 2022 conference, celebrating all things both Early Modern and Word-y, is now available.
Our conference will take place 14th-16th July 2022 at Loughborough University, and we look forward to welcoming speakers from across literature, linguistics, history and digital humanities who share a passion and expertise in the period c.1500-1700.
We have plenaries from Prof Ruth Ahnert, Prof Martin Dzelzainis, Prof Tim Harris and Prof Terttu Nevalainen, plus specialist panels, workshops and plenty of time for conversations and discussion.
Conference Programme (available as a PDF)
Full list of papers by title and author
If you wish to register for the conference, use the link below which will take you to the Loughborough University store: Register for the conference