Trinity College Dublin Centre for Early Modern History
Research Seminar Series 2016-17
Seminars take place at 5.00pm on Mondays in the Neill/Hoey Lecture Theatre in the Long Room Hub building, Trinity College. All are welcome.
|23rd January||Brian Brewer (TCD), Quixotic Economics: Early Modern Economic Theory and Political Economy in Cervantes's Don Quixote.|
|30th January||Robert Appelbaum (Uppsala University), Early Modern Terrorism: an Introduction.|
|6th February||William O'Reilly (University of Cambridge), The emperor who wanted to be king. HRE Charles VI in Spain and Germany, 1685-1740.|
|13th February||Joel Halcomb (University of East Anglia), The Dublin Convention of 1658 and the Fall of the Protectorate.|
|20th February||Aileen Douglas (TCD), Round Hand Character: script, commerce, and nation, 1690-1750.|
|27th February||Reading Week (no seminar)|
|6th March||Alexander Wilkinson (University College Dublin), Book History and the Digital Humanities.|
|13th March||Malcolm Gaskill (University of East Anglia), Witchcraft, Emotion and Social Change in Seventeenth-Century New England.|
|20th March||Michael Braddick (Sheffield University), The sufferings of John Lilburne (1615-1657): martyrology and the freeborn Englishman.|
|27th March||Sophie Hingst, (TCD), One phenomenon. Three perspectives. English colonial strategies in Ireland revisited, ca. 1607- 1680.|
For further details of the TCD Centre for Early Modern History, please visit our website.