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Early Modern History

Workshop

The Early Modern History Workshop takes place on Mondays 5pm-6:30pm in History Faculty, Room 10

Papers are on varying aspects of the time period between 1500 and 1800. They are usually 20-30 minutes long and followed by a group discussion. The workshop welcomes everyone working on or interested in any aspect of the Early Modern era. 


Convenors

Edward Everett (King's College)

Laura Flannigan (Newnham College)

Christopher Whittell (Queens' College)

 


Easter 2019 schedule

 

29th April

Lisa Nicholson (Corpus Christi)

Imagining Difference: Confessionalism and Tolerance at the Mazarin Salon

 

13th May

Michael Evans (UEA)

'That Melancholy Scene': Gender and Grief in an English Gentry Family, 1748-1815

 

3rd June

Carrie Marsden (Exeter)

The Devil Reformed: to what extent did Martin Luther's demonology reinforce, challenge, or reform existing notions about the Devil?

 

10th June

Jeremy James Gray (Trinity College Dublin)

Patronage to Peer Review: Hobbes, Wallis, and Squaring the Circle