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Trinity College Dublin Centre for Early Modern History
Research Seminar Series

Hilary Term 2023

Seminars will take place on Mondays at 4.00pm in the Neill seminar room in the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute.

Hilary Term

30 January Charlie Taverner (TCD) ‘Street food: hawkers, urban history, and the limits of early modernity’
6 February No seminar (public holiday)
13 February Gianmarco Braghi (University of Palermo / FSCIRE - Foundation for Religious Studies) ‘The predicaments of a rising elite: the first generation of French Reformed pastors (c.1550-c.1580)’
20 February Julia Pohlmann (University of Aberdeen) ‘Imagined Jewishness in early American and British responses towards the American Revolutionary War’
27 February Brendan Kane (University of Connecticut) ‘Action and justification in early modern Ireland’
6 March Reading Week – No seminar
13 March Karin Friedrich (University of Aberdeen) ‘From borderlands to bloodlands’: a short introduction to Ukrainian history’
20 March Amy Prendergast (TCD) ‘“A means of my doing better”: 18th century diary-writing as a tool for individual improvement and better mental health’
27 March The Aidan Clarke Annual Lecture in Early Modern History
Ann Hughes (Keele University)
‘From Warwick Castle to Dublin Castle: Colonel John Bridges, Revolution and Restoration in England and Ireland’.
3 April Laura Stewart (University of York) ‘With laughing on both sides': truth, honour, and status in mid-seventeenth century Scotland’

Robert Armstrong, Joseph Clarke, Susan Flavin, Graeme Murdock, Jane Ohlmeyer, Micheál Ó Siochrú, Patrick Walsh
Twitter @earlytcd
Please e-mail if you have any questions.

Previous Seminars.