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Early Modern British and Irish History

Lent Term 2017

Wednesdays 5.15pm,
Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall

 

1 February 

Carys Brown (St John’s), Julie Kelsoe (Clare), and Fred Smith (Clare), ‘Historiography panel: toleration, coexistence and neighbourliness’

 

8 February

Peter Marshall (Warwick),
‘Reformation on Scotland’s northern frontier: kirk and community in early modern Orkney’

 

15 February   

             
Elly Robson (Wolfson),
‘“Unles ye bee stronger then wee”: contested justice, sovereignty and violence in seventeenth-century fenland drainage riots’

 

22 February

Jens Åklundh (Trinity),
‘“Admett mee again into the church”: individual and communal responses to excommunication in Restoration England’

 

1 March   

Jamie Trace (St Catharine’s),
‘Giovanni Botero and English political thought’

 

8 March

Alice Soulieux-Evans (Wolfson),
‘“Because thou canst not walk in thy minster’s way”: cathedrals, conformity and the Church of England in the Restoration period’

 

Everybody Welcome

 

Convenors:


Gabriel Glickman,
Mark Goldie,
Arnold Hunt,
Clare Jackson,
Kate Peters,
David Smith,
Alex Walsham

 

Lent 2017 programme - print version

 

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‘Ruins and remains: remembering and forgetting the dissolution of the monasteries in early modern England’

1 February                   Carys Brown (St John’s), Julie Kelsoe (Clare), and Fred Smith (Clare), ‘Historiography panel: toleration, coexistence and neighbourliness’

 

 

8 February                   Peter Marshall (Warwick), ‘Reformation on Scotland’s northern frontier: kirk and community in early modern Orkney’

 

 

15 February                 Elly Robson (Wolfson), ‘“Unles ye bee stronger then wee”: contested justice, sovereignty and violence in seventeenth-century fenland drainage riots’

 

 

22 February                 Jens Åklundh (Trinity), ‘“Admett mee again into the church”: individual and communal responses to excommunication in Restoration England’

 

 

1 March                       Jamie Trace (St Catharine’s), ‘Giovanni Botero and English political thought’

 

 

8 March                       Alice Soulieux-Evans (Wolfson), ‘“Because thou canst not walk in thy minster’s way”: cathedrals, conformity and the Church of England in the Restoration period’

 

 

EVERYBODY WELCOME

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