Becoming Italianate in 16th Century England
Monday, 25 November 2019, 4 – 5:30pm
A lecture by Dr Susan Brigden (Oxford) as part of the Trinity Centre for Early Modern History Seminar Series.
The Trinity Centre for Early Modern History promotes understanding of the culture, society, economy, religion, politics and warfare of early modern Europe. The Centre organises seminars, conferences and public lectures on the early modern history of Ireland, Britain and Continental Europe, as well as on relations between European and non-European states and cultures.
Susan Brigden, FBA, B.A. (Manc), Ph.D. (Cantab.), M.A. (Oxon.), FRHS was Paul Langford Fellow in History. In 1980 she was elected Darby Fellow in History – the first woman Fellow of Lincoln College, University of Oxford – and in 1984 was appointed CUF Lecturer in the University. She teaches early modern English, Irish and European history and her principal interest lies in the Renaissance and Reformation in England.
See the full schedule for 2018 -2019 Early Modern History Series
Campus Location: Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute
Room: Neill Lecture Theatre
Event Category: Lectures and Seminars, Public
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Undergrad, Postgrad, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Public
More info: www.tcd.ie…