The seminar takes place in the Gibbs Room, Keble College (in the basement of the Warden’s Lodging: access via the main entrance of the College and Porters’ Lodge, Keble Road), 5.00, Thursdays. The paper is followed by refreshments.
30 April Prof. Diarmaid MacCulloch FBA, St Cross College Oxford: ‘Thomas Cromwell: return of the native 1516-1531’
7 May Dr Mishtooni Bose, Christ Church: ‘The Eucharist and the argumentative imagination in fifteenth-century England’
14 May Dr Leslie Theibert, University College, Oxford: ‘Countering the Catholic Threat: Anglo-French Competition for Spanish America, 1688-1700’
21 May Prof. Vincent Gillespie FBA, Lady Margaret Hall: ‘“Before Our Very Eyes”: Visionary Poets and Poetic Visionaries in Later Medieval England’
28 May Dr Anne Overell, Honorary Fellow, University of Durham: ‘Nicodemites between Tudor England and Italy’
4 June Dr Ian Campbell, Queen’s University Belfast: ‘Archbishop James Ussher and Kingship in the Three Stuart Kingdoms'
11 June Dr Dmitri Levitin, Trinity College, Cambridge: ‘A new model of intellectual and religious change in seventeenth-century England’
18 June Prof. Roger Mason, University of St Andrews: ‘Divided by a Common faith? Protestantism and Union in 17th century Britain’
Judith Maltby, Diarmaid MacCulloch, Sarah Mortimer, Grant Tapsell