We are pleased to announce the eighth University of California Colloquium on Early Modern Central Europe.

The goal of the colloquium is to organize and sustain an annual interdisciplinary workshop for graduate students and faculty of the University of California system who work on any aspect of late medieval and early modern Central Europe. While the primary focus is on the German-speaking world, contiguous areas including the Low Countries, Bohemia, and northern Italy (roughly the extent of the Holy Roman Empire) are considered as well.

The era addressed extends from the fourteenth into the nineteenth century. For more information interested persons may also contact Tom Brady or Elaine Tennant.

Schedule: Friday, 16 April: 5 pm Keynote Lecture; Saturday, 17 April: 8:30 am-4 pm, followed by drinks and dinner at 7 pm; Sunday, 18 April: 9 am-12 pm lunch. Please note: Since Saturday April 17 is also CalDay it is advisable to use public transportation