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Dr. Graeme Murdock

Dr. Graeme Murdock

Lecturer in European History

Research Interests

I have two main areas of research. The first concerns efforts to promote strict standards of moral discipline in French-speaking Reformed communities during the early modern period. This involves analyses of attempts to reform sight, the body and sexuality. I also study religious life in Hungary and Transylvania. My research examines religious pluralism in Hungary and the character of the Hungarian Reformed community during the early modern period.

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Teaching and Supervision

I teach undergraduate modules on European history during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These include the Freshman (Level 1) survey ‘Europe 1500-1700: Power and belief’, and the Honors modules ‘Europe Reformed, 1540-1600’ (List 1) and ‘The Fall and Rise of Early Modern France’ (List 3). At postgraduate level I teach modules on ‘Culture and Religion’ and on ‘Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern Europe’ in the MPhil in Early Modern History. I also supervise doctoral research projects on a variety of subjects on religious and cultural history of early modern Europe.

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Contact Details

Room 3149
Department of History
Trinity College
Dublin 2.

Telephone: +353 1 896 1826
Fax: +353 1 896 3995
Email: murdocg@tcd.ie


Last updated 11 August 2011 History (Email).