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Early Modern Interdisciplinary

Easter Term 2017

12 - 1:15pm

The Early Modern Interdisciplinary Seminar is a fortnightly meeting of scholars whose work relates to any aspect of early modern History. The seminar exists to highlight  and  discuss  innovative  research  that  weaves  together  a diverse array of disciplines, including History, English Literature, Philosophy, Law, Linguistics, Economics, and Theology.

The seminar aims to bring academics, researchers and students from a wide  variety  of  fields  and academic backgrounds into ever-closer dialogue with one another, and to explore the many ways in which cross- disciplinary themes, ideas, arguments and evidence can illuminate the early modern period.

The meeting is divided into two sections. The first section invites a guest speaker to deliver a paper on their research for one hour. The second section provides 15-30 minutes for the speaker to answer questions on the topic and engage in a discussion on the cross-disciplinary implications of their work.

Attendees are invited to bring a packed lunch to the seminar. Tea and coffee is also provided.


Simone Hanebaum (sh840)
Nadine Weiss (nw349)
Joseph Ashmore (ja443)
Patrick McGhee (pm541)

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