Monday, September 24, 2012

Institute of Historical Research: Society, Culture and Belief, 1500-1800

The programme for the academic year 2012-3 is on the theme of TIME
Convenors: Laura Gowing (King’s College London), Kate Hodgkin (University of East London) and Michael Hunter (Birkbeck).

Seminars will take place in Room G21A, Senate House, London, WC1, on the following Thursdays at 5.30 p.m. All are welcome!

11 October
Kate Hodgkin (UEL)
Family Time: Women, Lineage and Memory in Seventeenth-Century England

1 November
Rosalind Carr (UEL)
The Scottish Enlightenment after Dark

6 December
Kat Hill (Oriel),
Chronicling the Lutheran Reformation: history and memory in the work of Cyriacus Spangenberg

17 January
Mark Curran (Queen Mary)
Time and Uncertainty in the Enlightenment Book Trade

14 February
Lynn Botelho (Fulbright Scholar, King’s College London)
The Changing Nature of a "Good Old Age'" in Early Modern England

14 March
Brodie Waddell (Birkbeck)
The Present State of England

9 May
Caroline Watkinson (IHR Fellow) – room tbc
Ritualising Time in an Age of Revolution:  Exiled English Nuns, Cyclical History, and the French Revolution


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