The Eighteenth Century

Seminar or event series

The Eighteenth-Century Seminar is a post-graduate seminar, sponsored by the Faculty of History, aiming to explore topics of shared interest to historians (and the historically-minded) with diverse specializations and sensibilities who work on the eighteenth century.

The Faculty’s Trevelyan Fund provides crucial and much appreciated assistance to support visits by scholars from outside Cambridge.

This year’s Seminar will be held via Zoom and will meet on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. If you are a member of a university, you can subscribe to our list by clicking the link to the right. If not, please email the convenors to introduce yourself if you would like to join the seminar.

Please note earlier start of October 19th seminar

Events

Oct
19

On Race and Reinscription: Writing Enslaved Women Back into the Early Modern Archive

Jennifer L. Morgan (NYU)
NB START TIME IS NOW 3.30pm (half an hour earlier than previously advertised). Zoom details will be sent to our mailing list.
Nov
2

Writing the history of fetal remains: the aftermaths of Sex in an Old Regime City

Julie Hardwick (Austin)
Venue: Caius College, Bateman Auditorium
Nov
16

Rethinking Archives: Toward a Relational Historiography

Rachel Wheeler (Indiana University)
Sarah Eyerly (Florida State University)
On Zoom - detail will be sent to mailing list.
Page credits & information

Banner image: Detail from Prospect of London by Antonio Joli