The Society for Court Studies is proud to offer a new engagement platform with the ‘Virtual Scholarship Series’, which is organised by the European branch and sub-committee. Currently the scholarship series consists of seminars, workshops, roundtable discussions, and interviews with scholars.
The programme for the Virtual Scholarship Series can be found in the table below, or through the Eventbrite link provided. It is essential that all those who wish to attend events sign up using the Eventbrite link.
|13 May 2021 - 18:00 CET||Anu Lahtinen||University of Helsinki||The Courts of the Vasa Princesses in Sixteenth-Century Scandinavia||Seminar Presentation||1 hour, 30 mins||link:|
|September 2021 - 18:00 CET||Rubén González Cuerva||CSIC (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas -Spanish National Research Council)||There and Back Again: The Reintegration of Dowager Empress Maria of Austria in the Spanish Court (1582-1598)||Seminar Presentation||1 hour, 30 minutes||link:|
Currently, the European branch has opened a call for proposals/recommendations for the 2022 Virtual Scholarship Series. If you are interested in giving a seminar presentation, delivering a panel seminar, recommending a senior scholar or exciting project as the basis for an interview, or conduct a skills or information workshop, please send a proposal or recommendation to . Proposals must be 300 words max.
For consideration in the 2022 series, proposals/recommendations must be received by 15 November 2021. After this date, we will continue to accept proposals/recommendations for ongoing consideration.