News and updates from ENCOUNTER

The members of the network share updates on network activities and news. To join the network or suggest updates of interest to network members please contact The Danish Research Centre for Manorial Studies. Subscribe to the newsletter in the website footer below.

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17.09.2018: Conference Programme “Reading the Country House”

05.09.2018: INNOCASTLE: INNOvating policy instruments for preservation, transformation and exploitation of heritage CASTLEs, manors and gardens

29.08.2018: Call for Papers: Country House Collections: Their Past, Present & Future

07.08.2018: New Information about the Bathsheba statue in Fredensborg Palace Gardens

06.07.2018: Call for Papers: Reading the Country House – calls before August 31st

01.07.2018: New Exhibition at Gammel Estrup: Modern Times

07.06.2018: Job opening. Ph.d. position at University of Tübingen, Germany. Deadline 24 June

25.05. 2018: The upcoming ENCOUNTER-Conference in Germany – An update

25.05.2018: Conference: The Country House. Sport and Leisure. Maynooth University, 8-9 June 2018.

25.05.2018: Call for Papers: 1700 – Nordic Yearbook for Eighteenth-Century Studies

25.05.2018: Large Collection of Norwegian Manorial Gardens and Parks

25.05.2018: Traveller’s Campaign. Visit Baltic Manors

25.05.2018: Session on Country Houses at the ESSHC-2018 at Queen’s University, Belfast, April 

09.02.2018: Trondheim Workshop – open for calls and registration

06.02.2018: Call for Papers: 4th ENCOUNTER conference. October 2018. Frankfurt (Oder), Germany.

06.02.2018: Call for partners/sponsors: 25th Year Exhibition – European Year for historical gardens 1993

06.02.2018: Large visitor campaign: Manor houses of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

06.02.2018: Workshop: The Jewish Country House

06.02.2018: New Book: Nobility and patrimony in modern France

06.02.2018: New Danish Book about Princely Meals

06.02.2018: Ellys Manor House: Purchase artwork to help finance restoration