This workshop will build on some of the questions raised in the June 2018 workshop on ‘Women and War’ co-organised by Prof. Bowd and Dr Cockram: http://research.shca.ed.ac.uk/www-workshop/. Participants will discuss the humans and other animals sometimes overlooked by historians of war, highlight relevant sources, and map out productive methodologies and historiographical approaches which can help to transform our understanding of pre-modern war. Topics will include doctors and heralds, refugees, armourers and gun-makers, amateur spies, peasant militia, and engineers.
Prof. Stephen Bowd (Edinburgh), Dr Sarah Cockram (Edinburgh), and Dr John Gagné (Sydney), the co-organisers of this workshop, are very pleased to announce that the participants in this workshop will include:
Ms Victoria Bartels (Cambridge)
Prof. William Caferro (Vanderbilt)
Dr Sarah Cockram (Edinburgh)
Dr Catherine Fletcher (Swansea)
Dr John Gagné (Sydney)
Dr Ioanna Iordanou (Oxford Brookes)
Dr Ralph Moffat (Curator of European Arms & Armour, Glasgow Museums)
Dr Neil Murphy (Northumbria)
Dr Cristiano Zanetti (European University Institute / I Tatti Harvard University Centre for Italian Renaissance Studies)
The workshop has been made possible by an award made to Dr Gagné and Prof. Bowd under the aegis of the The University of Sydney’s Partnership Collaboration Awards (PCA).
Postgraduate participation has been made possible by a generous grant from the UK’s Society for Renaissance Studies.
For further information about this event, including PhD participation, contact Stephen.Bowd@ed.ac.uk, or Sarah.Cockram@ed.ac.uk, or email@example.com