One of the remarkable developments in the humanities in recent years is the great increase of interest in exile. Currently, a very great number of renowned scholars of history, art history, and literature are concerned with exile as the ubiquitous result of the confessional and dynastic struggles of the early modern state, and the intellectual upheavals of the time. This conference will bring together for the first time these academics in an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to the presentation and discussion of recent research. This conference will be the first forum for a discussion of exile in early modern Europe from a truly interdisciplinary and transnational point of view.
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