Early Modern Work In Progress Seminars

Seminars take place at 12.30 on Mondays.

2020/21

Tuesday 1 June 2021
Andrew MacKillop, ‘The two capitals: Eighteenth-century Edinburgh and London’

Monday 26 April 2021
Peggy Brunache, 'St. Vincent’s Free Women of Colour: Contesting and Accommodating the Plantation Economy'

Tuesday 20 April 2021
Sam Cohn, 'Paradoxes of Inequality in Renaissance Italy' (Cambridge University Press)

Monday 25 January 2021
Thomas Munck, ‘Selling old ideas in the Enlightenment: can the history of print in Europe 1650-1795 help us determine which texts were 'important'?’.

Monday 23 November 2020Steven Reid, 'James VI as commodity: the use of the infant king in propaganda during the Marian Civil War, c. 1567-1573'

Monday 9 November 2020
Simon Newman, ‘Runaway London: freedom-seekers and the creation of runaway slave advertisements in the English Atlantic World’

Monday 5 October 2020
Karin Bowie, Division and Union: Scotland, 1580-1690 - Book Proposal Workshop


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.

Organiser: Dr Tim Peacock

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