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Fourth Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies Fourth Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies
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26.09.2018 – 28.09.2018
House of Science and Letters, Helsinki

Renaissance Libraries and the Organisation of Information.

(link to the conference website here)

 

Call for papers here (submission until 31 October 2017).

Registration here.

Third Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies Third Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies
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28.09.2016 – 30.09.2016
Oslo, The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

Renaissance Prototypes: Tensions of Past and Present in Early Modern Europe

(link to the conference website here)

 

Call for papers: here . The deadline for submission of abstracts was 17 March 2016.

 

The conference is initiated by the Norwegian Forum for Renaissance Studies and organized within the framework of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies.

 

Abstracts here.

Programme here.


On behalf of the organizational committee:
Unn Falkeid & Gro Bjørnerud Mo
unn.falkeid@littvet.su.se & g.b.mo@ilos.uio.no

Second Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies Second Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies
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05.11.2014 – 07.11.2014
Stockholm

Stockholm University, in cooperation with the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies and the Swedish Barockakademien, is pleased to announce a multidisciplinary conference in Stockholm, Sweden: "Movement and Arrest in Early Modern Culture". Our intention is to enable and promote the exchange of ideas, experiences and knowledge across disciplinary and national borders.

 

Programme here.

Inaugural Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies Inaugural Conference of the Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies
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10.10.2012 – 12.10.2012
Copenhagen

The conference was arranged by The Nordic Network for Renaissance Studies (NNRS) and The Forum for Renaissance Studies in collaboration with The Centre for Neoplatonic Virtue Ethics (CNVE) at the University of Copenhagen. More than 100 scholars from the Nordic countries and from abroad  attended the conference. 70 papers were given on a broad range of topics.



Programme here (pdf)
Abstracts here (pdf).
Pictures here.
 

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