PhD student’s thesis wins 2020 CEW Bean Prize
Former PhD student with the Centre for the Study of Violence, Bryce Abraham, has been awarded the 2020 CEW Bean…
The Centre for Early Modern Studies brings together a new group of scholars specialising in research on the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, with a concentration of expertise in the literature of Renaissance England, France and North America.
We are interested in the use of new methodologies within material and rhetorical cultures, the intersection of early modern scholarship with the digital humanities and the challenge of bringing the early modern period into conversation with the present. Since 2012, our researchers have gained over $2.5 million in competitive external research funding from the Australian and other national grant schemes, and we collaborate both nationally and internationally with other early modern scholars and research centres across the globe. We form a lively and inclusive community with an active postgraduate culture and a growing body of early career researchers.