Early Modern
Research Network

young Mary Stuart

To join the EMWRN mailing list contact us at 21CHumanities@gmail.com

The Early Modern Women's Research Network (EMWRN) is an Australian-based network of scholars which aims to bring the often institutionally-isolated scholars of early modern women's writing into dialogue with others in the field, both within Australia and internationally. The network meets at major conferences, sponsoring panels and symposia, often in conjunction with other early modern networks. EMWRN currently holds a three-year grant from the Australia Research Council on the material cultures of early modern women's writing, investigating the production, transmission and circulation of early modern women's texts from the originary moment of their production to later redactions.

The EMWRN Digital Archive is still being produced and will be an ongoing work in progress as material becomes available. We are making it publicly accessible during this process so that already useful material can be accessed while the rest is developed.


Red manicule pointing right.Call for Papers - Gender and Textual Mobility, ANZAMEMS

Red manicule pointing right.Progress report: 'The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women's Writing' ARC DP grant

Red manicule pointing right.Book:Logic 2014, 26 April 2014

Red manicule pointing right.EMWRN panels at Renaissance Society of America 2014 29 March 2014

Red manicule pointing right.Early Modern Studies Symposium, 6 September 2013

Red manicule pointing right.Early Modern Studies Conference, Whiteknights campus, University of Reading, 9-11 July 2013