This site will include postings for conferences and societies working until about 1820. [April 2011: There seems to be something of a crisis in 18th century studies, as a number a societies seem to have died.]
Remember to check the Symposia page for more general conferences related to this area.
Check out the Jane Austen Action Figure!! A must accessory for your next seminar!!
Held 16-19 March 2011. Vancouver, B.C. Annual, usually March. See the Web site (and tiresome pdf) for more information.
Held 5-8 November 2009. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Proposals were due 15 June 2009. Please see the Web site for more information.
Held 5-7 January 2011. St. Hugh's, Oxford. Theme: Time and Space. Deadline for submission was Saturday 26th September 2009. See the Web site for more information.
Many conferences all over the world.
11-13 May 2010. Annual. Prizes and fellowships, too. Please see the Web site for important application information for future opportunities.
Held 8-11, 2009. Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Web site not updated: 26 April 2011.
Held 25-26 June 2010. No sign of a 2011+ conference: 26 April 2011.
Held 20 October 2006. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. [The Conference is long over but this painting is too fantastic to drop...]
Conferences are held as part of CAA and annual meeting for the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Also awards the Dora Wiebenson Graduate Student Prize for "the best graduate student paper presented during the previous calendar year at a scholarly conference or as a sponsored lecture." There is also the Mary Vidal Memorial Fund for "for modest subventions...intended to defray costs associated with research travel, conferences in which the recipients are presenting, or publication permission fees." See the Web site for more information.
Held 25-29 July 2011. Graz, Austria. International congresses take place every 4 years. What a pallid Web site.
Held 5-8 November 2009. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Proposals were due 15 June 2009. Please see the Web site for more information. Apparently, same as the AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY STUDIES: Northeast Region (above).
Held 17-19 February 2011. Saint Simon's Island, Georgia. Check the Web site for more information.
Eighteenth-Century Resources A list compiled and maintained by Jack Lynch of Rutgers University, Newark. A Guide to Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture Another source that, if followed to its illogical conclusion, with take you to Baroque Rome and then back here.