The Sixteenth Century Society and Conference has become a vital and integral part of early modern studies. It supports both specific and traditional disciplines as well as interdisciplinary initiatives. The SCSC hosts one of the most important annual conferences in early modern studies where senior, junior, and future colleagues of all early modern disciplines meet to present their work, discuss new trends in the profession, and develop the contacts that are crucial for scholars and students.
The SCSC seeks to expand its Endowment Fund to promote scholarly research and publication in early modern studies (1400-1700) in the fields of art history, history, history of science, literature, music history, philosophy, religious studies, and theology. Research improves our understanding of the crucial age that helped from the modern world and enriches the content of college and university teaching in early modern studies. Its results are often shared with the larger academic community and general public in papers given at scholarly meetings or in journal articles and books.
In order to aid scholars in their research and professional careers, the SCSC Endowment Fund supports four primary initiatives:
For more information about the SCSC Endowment Fund and ways to give, please contact Donald J. Harreld, SCSC Executive Director via email: director[at]sixteenthcentury.org