Early Modern Work In Progress Seminars 2021/22

The seminars are very informal, and meant to give a forum for discussion for papers/ideas that are still in the early stages. Particularly welcome are papers by PhD students, and offers by staff likely to lead to a roundtable discussion of an issue, controversy, or recent publication that you think should be discussed.  There is no set format, so it doesn't need to be a formal paper as such. Please don't hesitate to contact Tim Peacock if you have any possible suggestions that you think could work.

Please contact the organiser: Dr Tim Peacock, for the zoom link.

Seminars take place at 12.30 on Mondays.

Semester 2

Monday 7 March 2022 
Julia Pohlmann
And Israel married Judah": The imagined Jew in Scottish covenanting sermons from 1689 until 1707

Monday 14 March 2022
Karin Bowie
Parliament and public opinion in early modern Scotland: the case of the Five Articles (1618-21)

 

Semester 1

Monday 18 October 2021
Julia McClure
New World Wealth and Old World Poverty: debates in economic history revisited

Monday 25 October 2021
Murray Pittock
"If you withdraw the Dragoons, I dare not answer for the Town of Leiths continuing in quiet": The British Army in Scotland, 1746-60

Monday 8 November 2021
COP26 (roundtable discussion)
Early Modern Environments and Crisis

Monday 22 November 2021
Laura Doak
Beyond 'Covenanters'?: Rethinking the 1679 Bothwell Rising and dissent in Restoration Scotland

Monday 6 December 2021
Richard Maber
International networks of correspondence in seventeenth-century Europe
(Richard Maber is editor of The Seventeenth Century, published by Routledge.)

 

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