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Lent Term 2020

Wednesdays 5.15pm,
Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall

 

29 January

Eloise Davies (Peterhouse):
‘The significance of Venetian anti-papal polemic for Jacobean politics and religion’

 

5 February

John Morgan (Manchester):
'Living with flooding in early modern England’

 

 12 February

Alice O’Driscoll (Jesus):
‘Gender and siege during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms’

 

19 February

Derrick Mosley (Peterhouse):
‘Sir John Marsham’s Pandectae Nostri Temporis: the personal history of a family, a crisis, a war’

 

 The following seminars are cancelled on account of industrial action.

 

 26 February - to be rescheduled next year

Thomas Pert (Oxford):
‘Divided Loyalties: The Elector Palatine, Charles I, and the English Civil War, 1642–1644’

 

4 March -  postponed until May 20th

Tara Hamling (Birmingham) and Catherine Richardson (Kent):
‘Middling Culture 1550–1640, the first year: themes, methods and practices’

 

EVERYBODY WELCOME

 

Convenors:


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

 

Lent Term 2020 programme - print version

 

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29 January                   Eloise Davies (Peterhouse):

                                    ‘The significance of Venetian anti-papal polemic for Jacobean politics and religion’

 

 

5 February                   John Morgan (Manchester):

                                    ‘Living with flooding in early modern England’

 

 

12 February                 Alice O’Driscoll (Jesus):

                                    ‘Gender and siege during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms’

 

 

19 February                 Derrick Mosley (Peterhouse):

                                    ‘Sir John Marsham’s Pandectae Nostri Temporis: the personal history of a family, a crisis, a war’

 

 

26 February                 Thomas Pert (Oxford):

                                    ‘Divided Loyalties: The Elector Palatine, Charles I, and the English Civil War, 1642–1644’

 

 

4 March                       Tara Hamling (Birmingham) and Catherine Richardson (Kent):

                                    ‘Middling Culture 1550–1640, the first year: themes, methods and practices’

 

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