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Early Modern World History

                         Lent Term 2017

       (Seminar previously known as Comparative Social and Cultural History)

The seminar meets on alternate Thursdays at 1.30-3.30 in the Senior Parlour, Gonville and Caius College. Tea and coffee will be served. All welcome.

 

26 January 2017
Straits, passages, hinges: Global sites around 1600
Susanna Burghartz (Universität Basel)


9 February 2017
Potent influences: courtiers, consumers and poisoners under Louis XIV
Emma Spary (University of Cambridge)


23 February 2017
What is Reformation History now?
Book Presentation of Ulinka Rublack (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Protestant Reformations (OUP, 2016) and roundtable with Gabriel Glickmann, Ulinka Rublack, Mary Laven, Miri Rubin (Queen Mary)


9 March 2017
Reformed Spaniards: Complicating Conversion in 1620s London
Jim Amelang (Universidad Autonóma de Madrid)

 

Previous seminar podcasts on itunes

 

Convenors:
Melissa Calaresu (Caius),
Suzanna Ivanič,
Helen Pfeifer (Christ’s),
William O’Reilly (Trinity Hall),
Ulinka Rublack (St John’s)

 

Lent Term 2017 programme - print version

 

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