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Michaelmas Term 2019

Wednesdays 5.15pm,
Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall


23 October

Amanda Capern (University of Hull):
‘Going to Chancery: Litigants on the Justice Trail in Early Modern England’

30 October

Philippa Carter (Trinity Hall):
‘Managing Mental Illness in Early Modern England’

6 November

Laura Flannigan (Newnham College):
‘Allowable or Not?: The Court of Requests and the Definition of Justice in Sixteenth-Century England’

13 November    

Anthony Milton (University of Sheffield):
‘England’s Abortive Reformation, 1640–42’

20 November    

Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin)
‘History and Memory of the Irish Civil Wars of the 1640s: Clarendon’s “A Short View”’
Please note that this is a joint session with the Modern Irish History seminar.
It will start at 5pm in the Old Library, Sidney Sussex College.

27 November    

William Acres (Huron University College / Clare Hall)
‘John Strype’s Reformation and the Circulation of Manuscripts, 1680–1711’




Gabriel Glickman,
Clare Jackson,
Kate Peters,
David Smith,
Alex Walsham


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