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  • 5 Jun 2024 8:17 AM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    The CSM / SCM supports the Association of McGill Professors of Law (AMPL), on strike since April 24, 2024, and respects their right to organize, to bargain collectively, and to strike. To respect their picket lines and show our solidarity, we have moved in-person events at our annual conference off McGill campus to Concordia University and the Université du Québec à Montréal.

    La SCM / CSM apporte le  soutien à l'Association des professeurs de droit de McGill, (AMPL) en grève depuis le 24 avril 2024. La SCM / CSM respecte le droit d’AMPL de s’organiser, de négocier collectivement, et de faire la grève. Pour respecter leurs lignes de piquetage et démontrer notre solidarité, nous avons déplacé les événements en personne de notre colloque annuel hors du campus de McGill à l'Université Concordia et à l'Université du Québec à Montréal.

  • 17 Apr 2024 11:13 AM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)


    Date limite de réception des candidatures : 2 mai 2024 à 12:00, heure de Paris

    La Bibliothèque nationale de France publie chaque année un appel à chercheurs afin de s’associer le concours de jeunes chercheurs à des fins d’étude et de valorisation de ses collections, en priorité celles rares, méconnues ou inédites.

    Le statut de chercheur associé, attribué pour une durée d’un à trois ans à compter du 1er octobre, offre un accueil et un accompagnement dans un département de la BnF, avec un accès facilité aux collections. Les conditions d’éligibilité, avantages et engagements des chercheurs associés sont décrits dans le Règlement de l’appel à chercheurs dont la consultation est impérative avant toute candidature. 

  • 8 Apr 2024 12:52 PM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    Une table ronde aura lieu à l'UQAM (salle A-M050), le 22 avril prochain, entre 15h-17h. Dominique Iogna-Prat (EHESS), Solange Lefebvre (UdeM), Piroska Nagy (UQAM) et Alain Rauwel (CeSor) se réuniront afin de vous présenter le Dictionnaire critique de l'Église (Presses universitaires de France, 2023). L'événement sera suivi d'un cocktail et d'une visite du Centre des livres rares du service des Bibliothèques. Allez-y en grand nombre !

  • 25 Mar 2024 1:53 PM | Siobhain Calkin (Administrator)

    Vous trouverez le programme préliminaire de notre réunion annuelle ici: !

    Check out the preliminary program for our annual conference, June 12-14 2024 at McGill University in Montreal here: !

  • 18 Mar 2024 3:00 PM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    Two opportunities at the University of Bergen, one relevant to grad students wishing to pursue a PhD and another to recent PhD grads interested in projects on medieval religious literature. Successful candidates will work under the supervision of Dr Laura Saetveit Miles.  

  • 17 Mar 2024 1:39 PM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    The Craig Dobbin Legacy Scholarships support individual scholars on 2-4 week research trips between Ireland and Canada. These scholarships are an amazing opportunity for UCD scholars to conduct research in Canada and for UCD scholars to collaborate with Canadian researchers who will visit UCD.

    This scheme will award 30 scholarships in total, 15 of the scholarships will be awarded to UCD scholars who wish to conduct research in Canada, and the remaining 15 will support Canadian scholars pursuing research in Ireland supported by UCD.The programme welcomes applications that align with key research themes of the College of Arts and Humanities from scholars across all academic fields.

    Applicants must be either (a) UCD scholars seeking to conduct research in Canada, or (b) Canadian scholars seeking to come to UCD to conduct research. It is a requirement that applicants have at minimum a Masters degree.

    The Craig Dobbin Legacy Scholarships are administered by the Ireland Canada University Foundation. More information about eligibility, assessment, FAQs are available at:

    The due date for application is Wednesday, 29th May 2024 (2300 hrs GMT / 1800 hrs EST).

    Please share with researchers in Canada who may be interested in applying and visiting UCD.

    About the Craig Dobbin Legacy:

    The Craig Dobbin Legacy Programme honours the vision and generosity of Newfoundlander Craig Dobbin, whose support of the Visiting Chair in Canadian Studies and ICUF has been pivotal in shaping the academic relationship between Ireland and Canada for the past thirty years. Through this initiative, the College of Arts and Humanities, ICUF, and the UCD Centre for Canadian Studies plan to celebrate and continue his legacy, laying the groundwork for future generations of scholars to explore and deepen the ties between both nations.

    Contact Information:

    For more information on the Craig Dobbin Legacy Programme and how to apply for the Craig Dobbin Legacy Scholarships, please visit:

    You may also contact UCD Centre for Canadian Studies director, Dr. J. Paul Halferty for further details:

  • 11 Mar 2024 9:01 AM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    In collaboration with the Bodleian Libraries, the New Chaucer Society supports one or two one month (30 day) research visits by a member of the New Chaucer Society to the Special Collections of the Bodleian Library in the University of Oxford. Applications will be considered from candidates eligible for an Early Career Fellowship on any topic in the study of literature and culture in the age of Chaucer. More information:

  • 9 Mar 2024 1:21 PM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    Florilegium is currently seeking proposals for a special issue devoted to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in the Middle Ages and in Medieval Studies, to be guest edited by Donna Trembinski and Michael Kightley.

    • The issue is open to non-traditional forms and genres of scholarly publication.
    • The issue will be published in print and open access online.
    • The digital format will adhere to principles of universal design.

    Send any enquiries to and download full CFP here.

  • 23 Feb 2024 6:55 PM | Marc Cels (Administrator)

    The Midwest Conference on British Studies is proud to announce that its 71st Annual Meeting will be held at Toronto Metropolitan University on Friday, September 27 and Saturday, September 28. 

    The MWCBS seeks papers from scholars in all fields of British Studies, globally and broadly defined to include those who study the British Isles (including Ireland), the British Empire, the Commonwealth, and British engagement with the world, from Roman Britain to the modern age. 

    We welcome scholars from a broad spectrum of disciplines, including but not limited to English and literature, history, political science, gender studies, art, and music history. We invite proposals from scholars at all stages of their careers, including independent scholars.  The MWCBS equally welcomes individual paper proposals and proposals for panels (two-four presenters, plus chair and/or commentator), roundtables, poster sessions, and panels featuring the pre-circulation of papers among participants and audience members.  The MWCBS encourages presenters to use H-Albion and the discussion board at the conference blog,, to find additional panelists. If needed, our organization can help to find chairs, commentators, and additional panelists. 

    The MWCBS welcomes proposals that:

    • Present new research on the political, social, cultural, and economic history of the British Isles, the empire, and the Commonwealth

    • Situate literature, the arts, and sciences in a British cultural context
    • Examine representations of British and imperial/Commonwealth national identities, including the construction of identities shaped by race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, and dis/ability
    • Explore new developments in digital humanities, pedagogies, and/or research methodologies
    • Present professional development sessions on collaborative or innovative learning techniques in the British Studies classroom or on topics of research, publication, public outreach, or employment relevant to British Studies scholars

    The MWCBS welcomes presentations by graduate students and will award the Walter L. Arnstein Prize for the best graduate student paper(s) given at the conference. A limited number of Jim Sack Travel Awards will also be available.  All graduate students are encouraged to apply. Further details will be available on the MWCBS website:

    Individual Paper Proposal Requirements:

    • Include a 200-word conference paper abstract.
    • Include a 1-page c.v. for the author.

    Panel Proposal Requirements:

    • Include a 200-word abstract for each paper and a 1-page c.v. for each participant, including chairs and commentators.
    • Include a 200-word abstract for the panel as a whole.
    • Please place the panel abstract, accompanying paper proposals, and vitas in one Word or PDF file and submit it as a single attachment. Also identify, within the e-mail, the panel’s contact person.

    • All proposals should be submitted electronically by May 3, to the Program Committee Chair David Pennington at

    For conference updates and to find fellow panelists, visit the MWCBS website at

  • 15 Feb 2024 12:13 PM | Shannon McSheffrey (Administrator)

    The Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto, in collaboration with the Dictionary of Old English, invites applications for a Research Associate (Limited Term) for a 3-year(s) appointment.

    The anticipated start date is April 15.

    The Research Associate is expected to collaborate with the work of the DOE, especially by aiding in the process of entry production.

    For more details:

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