Tudor Symposium

Tudor SymposiumThe Tudor Symposium is an informal research forum for scholars working in sixteenth-century English literature and related areas. So far it has well over a hundred members from all over the world, with research interests ranging across the full spectrum of English literature from Chaucer to Milton, but with a central emphasis on writing from the Tudor period. The list of members is intended to help put scholars in touch with one another by indicating shared interests and projects. Read our Mission statement.

The Tudor Symposium also holds an international conference every other year.

There is an on-line register of members, which lists the research interests and contact details of all those who wish to be included on it. Its purpose is to offer a (relatively) up-to-date “Who’s Who” in Tudor Studies.

If you would like to join the Tudor Symposium - membership is free - please send details of your research interests and contact addresses to:

The Convenor,
Dr Mike Pincombe,
School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics,
Newcastle University,
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK
Email: mike.pincombe@ncl.ac.uk

If you would like to be added to the e-mail list, but not to this web-page, please say so. The e-mail list is used to forward news of events and other communications which members wish to make.