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Easter Term 2019

Wednesdays 5.15pm,
Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall

1st May

Laura Gowing (KCL):

'Bred in the Exchange': Women, Apprenticeship and Shopkeeping in Late Seventeenth-Century London

 

8 May

Mark Goldie (Churchill):

‘Career Reflections’

EVERYBODY WELCOME

 

Convenors:


Gabriel Glickman,
Mark Goldie,

Clare Jackson,
Kate Peters,
David Smith,
Alex Walsham

 

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17 October                  Alexandra Walsham (Trinity College), ‘Talking Toleration: Speech, Silence, and Religious Coexistence in Early Modern England’

 

 

24 October                  Hillary Taylor (Jesus College), ‘The Price of the Poor’s Words: The Politics of Testimony in Early Modern England’

 

 

31 October                  Johanna Harris (University of Exeter), TBC

 

 

7 November                Esther Counsell (Trinity College), TBC

 

 

14 November              Kenneth Fincham (University of Kent) and Stephen Taylor (Durham University), ‘The Re-Establishment of the Church of England 1660–62, Revisited’

 

 

21 November              Susan Doran (University of Oxford), ‘A Jagged Transition: The Accession of James I’

 

30th January

 

Rachel Hammersley
Experiencing the Commonwealth of Oceana: The Literary and Material Dimensions of James Harrington’s Works

 

6th February

 

Laura Flannigan, Tenyia Miller, Alice O’Driscoll
Historiography Panel: Gender and Agency in Early Modern England: Family, Law, and Word

 

13th February


Ian Williams

James VI and I, Rex et Iudex: One king as judge in two kingdoms

 

20th February

 

Abigail Gomulkiewicz            

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27th February

 

Tristan Griffin

The Guildhall Putsch: The York Civic Corporation and Royalist Military Government

 

6th March

Maureen Meikle
Once a Dane, Always a Dane: Queen Anna of Denmark’s Foreign Relations and Intercessions as a Queen Consort of Scotland and England, 1588–1619

The History Faculty welcomes expressions of interest for BA Postdoctoral Fellowships 2019/20. The internal Faculty deadline is 5pm on 16 August 2019.

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Individual Fellowship competition is now open. The internal University deadline is 3pm, 10 September 2019. 

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