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Early Modern History

Workshop

The Early Modern History Workshop takes place on Mondays 5pm-6pm at King's College, Keynes seminar room 2.

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. 

Held on Mondays 5-6pm, at King's College, Keynes Seminar Room 2.


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)

Grief and Death in 18th Century England

 

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