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Trinity College Dublin Centre for Early Modern History
Research Seminar Series 2019

Seminars take place at 4.15pm on Mondays in the Neill Lecture Theatre in the Long Room Hub building, Trinity College. All are welcome.

Hilary Term

03 February Professor Julian Hoppit (University College London) Territoriality and the British fiscal state, 1707-1817
10 February Dr Harumi Goto (Koyo University, Japan/ TCD Long Room-Hub) Print, law and public sphere in early modern Britain
17 February Dr Frances Nolan (Maynooth) Memory palace: a posthumous inventory of the contents of Lady Tyrconnell's house on Conduit St., London (1751)
24 February Dr Vivienne Larminie (Oxford/History of Parliament) 'Anglo-Swiss relations in the Seventeenth Century: networks and perceptions'.
02 March Study Week
09 March Dr Peter Williams (Cambridge) Erasmus, Novum Instrumentum omne (BB.b.23) and Codex Monfortianus (TCD MS 30)
Seminar hosted in association with the TCD Manuscript, Book and Print Cultures Research Theme
16 March Dr Christine Walker (Yale-NUS College (Singapore) Jamaica Ladies: Female Slaveholders and the Creation of Britain’s Atlantic Empire (Provisional Title)
23 March Dr Gianmarco Braghi (Bologna) How a New Elite Was Born: The French Reformed Pastorate, c.1555-c.1572
30 March Dr Deirdre Serjeantson (Cambridge) Thomas Wyatt, Certayne psalmes chosen out of the psalter of Dauid, commonlye called the .vii. penytentiall psalmes, drawen into englyshe meter by Sir Thomas Wyat knight P.00.q.no.6
Seminar hosted in association with the TCD Manuscript, Book and Print Cultures Research Theme
06 April Centre for Early Modern History Annual Lecture
Professor Beat Kumin (Warwick) How much is too much? Negotiating boundaries of excess in early modern drinking cultures

Convenors
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, Professor Micheál Ó Siochrú, Dr Robert Armstrong, Dr Joseph Clarke, Dr Susan Flavin, Dr Graeme Murdock, and Dr Patrick Walsh
Twitter @earlytcd For enquires contact Dr Walsh at Walshp9@tcd.ie