links to good things
Levina Terlinc, Portrait of an Unknown Woman,
London: Victoria & Albert Museum
- Supporting the National Trust of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, they offer a full range of lectures, tours, and study trips in the U.K.
- H E C A A Enﬁlade, a serial newsletter for Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art & Architecture
a wonderful resource for news about everything relevant.
- The Georgian Papers Programme. King’s College London and the Royal Archives established the Georgian Papers Programme (GPP) to enrich public historical understanding of Britain, George III, British monarchy and a crucial period in British and world history. Fellowships for Research are available. Researching the 18th or early 19th century? Join our Not So Secret society. The King’s Friends is a new, key feature of the Georgian Papers Programme designed for scholars. We are a free-to-join international community of those whose work stands to benefit from the digitization of the Georgian papers in the Royal Archives, and who in turn can help make the project a success. Simply create a profile on The King’s Friends website to receive news you can use from the GPP.
- Society for the History of Collecting London-based international not-for-profit society bringing together scholars from diverse disciplines who are interested in the study of collecting in all its ramifications, including the relationships between collecting and the art market. We cover all aspects of collecting, whether amassed by private individuals or public institutions, and ranging through any time in the past to the present day
Seminar on Collecting and Display: London based.
- The Fred Smith Library at Mt Vernon. Wonderful programs: lectures, symposia, and research fellowships. .
- RSA The Renaissance Society of America. Keep up on things relating to Early Modern Europe.
- The Sixteenth Century Society and Conference. A great and welcoming conference. Next year meeting in Albuquerque. Associated with the Sixteenth-Century Journal.
- The International Council of Museums. Something for everyone in the museum world.
- Society for the Study of Early Modern Women. An interdisciplinary membership group that sponsors an award-winning journal (EMW), awards prizes and research grants and sponsors sessions at several annual meetings, e.g. MLA, AHA, CAA,RSA, SCSC, etc. Join!
- The Folger Institute at the Folger Shakespeare Library Not just Shakespeare but the whole cultural world of Early Modern Europe. Seminars and Conferences.
- Society of Architectural Historians. Wonderful conferences and study tours. Local chapters with lecture programs. Join.