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 Week 8, Trinity 2019

Tuesday 18

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Ada Rapoport-Albert (University College London)
‘How mishnaic was Immanuel Hai Ricchi’s Mishnat Hasidim (Amsterdam, 1727)?’

Clarendon Institute

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Dr Carly Watson (Faculty of English): ‘Miscellanies and the Conversation of Culture’
‘Dr Clare Bucknell (All Souls): ‘Becoming Peter Pindar’ Oxford Faculty Speaker Session’

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 19

4.30pm

Oxford Bibliographical Society
AGM followed by Dr Cristina Dondi, Lincoln College:
‘Running an ERC project in the History of the Book: reflections on the 15cBOOKTRADE Project five years on’

Oakeshott Room, Lincoln College

Thursday 20

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Sarah Mortimer, Christ Church, Oxford
‘Natural religion and political thought in Reformation Britain’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

Friday 21

2.15pm

The Ripley Scrolls Unrolled: Images of Alchemy in Early Modern England
Dr Jennifer Rampling (Princeton/All Souls)
Full details and registration

Horton Seminar Room (Level 1), Weston Library

 

 

 Week 7, Trinity 2019

Tuesday 11

2.15pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
David Sclar (Harvard University)
‘Menasseh’s Mishnahs: Three Amsterdam Imprints in Intellectual and Cultural Context’

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30 pm
 

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
John Watkins (University of Minnesota):
'Working Around the Ius Gentium: Diplomatic Lies and the Invention of Southern Europe'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Professor Warren Boutcher (Queen Mary, London)
‘Writing diversity and division: Montaigne and the literary history of Europe, 1550-1660’

T. S. Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College

Wednesday 12

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls College Seminar in the History of Pre-Modern Science
Ofer Gal (Sydney)
‘“Desire Is The Essence Of Man”. Kepler’s Optics, Descartes’ Epistemology And Spinoza’s Politics’

Old Library, All Souls College

Thursday 13

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Stephen Holmes (New College): 'Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.15pm (tea from 5.00)

Early Modern French Literature Seminar
Sylvaine Guyot (Harvard University)
'Les scénographies de l'éblouissement au XVIIe siècle : modélisation, tensions, inflexions.’

Maison Française d’Oxford, Norham Road

Saturday 15

9.00am-
6.45pm

Histories, Theories, and Uses of Waste Paper in Early Modern England
https://earlymodernwastepaper.wordpress.com/registration/

Balliol College

 

 

 Week 6, Trinity 2019

Monday 3

10.00am-2.00pm

Murder in the City: What can practice as research tell us about the early modern state?
Performance of A Warning for Fair Women. Dir. Lucy Clarke.

TORCH Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar [Cancelled]
Sarah Dustagheer (University of Kent)
‘Shakespeare’s London Words’ (Title subject to alteration)

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

Tuesday 4

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Anthony Grafton (Princeton University)
‘Some Christian Uses of the Mishnah’
(N.B. this talk will be delivered via Skype, as Prof. Grafton will be unable to travel).

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30pm
 

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Maïa Pal (Oxford Brookes University):
'The Social Origins of Early Modern Ambassadors & Consuls: The Potential (& Limits) of an International Relations Analysis'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Molly Clark:  ‘Heywood, Shakespeare, and Dramatic Rhyme’
Natasha Sarna: ‘The Best of all Possible Worlds: Margaret Cavendish, Aphra Behn, and the Gendered Construction of (Feminine) Utopia in the Early Modern Period’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Professor Henry Power (University of Exeter):
‘Pins in Mock-Heroic Verse’

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 5

5.15pm

Oxford Bibliographical Society
Tim Pye, National Trust Librarian:
Reconstructing the library of Thomas Tyrwhitt (1730-1786)

T.S. Eliot Theatre, Merton College

4.30pm,
5.15pm

Exhibition: ‘Literary Matter in Early Modern England’
Exhibition viewing 4:30pm | Talk in the Shulman Auditorium 5:15pm; drinks reception to follow

The Queen's College

Thursday 6

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Anthony Milton, University of Sheffield
‘England's abortive reformation 1640-42’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.15pm

CEMS-Plumer Lectures, Trinity 2019
Dr Hannah Crawforth (KCL):
'The Politics of Greek Tragedy in Early Modern Literature'

Seminar Room 11 (New Library), St Anne's College

 

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 Week 5, Trinity 2019

Monday 27

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar
Clare Egan (Lancaster University)
‘Performing Provincial Libel in Early Modern England’

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

6.00-7.15pm

David Patterson Lectures
Professor Shmuel Feiner (Bar Ilan University)
‘The Year 1700 and the Birth of the Jewish 18th century’

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

Tuesday 28

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Richard Cohen (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
‘Imagining Visually the Mishnah: From Wagenseil to Wotton’

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30 pm
 

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Ineke Huysman (Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands):
'The Diplomatic Correspondence of Dutch Grandpensionary Johan de Witt'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Professor Julie Crawford (Columbia University)
‘“The office becomes a woman best”: Sovereignty and Counsel in The Winter’s Tale’

T. S. Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College

Wednesday 29

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls College Seminar in the History of Pre-Modern Science
Surekha Davies (Utrecht)
‘Knowing With Images: Natural History Illustration And Cartography In The Global Renaissance’

Hovenden Room, All Souls College

Thursday 30

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Diarmaid MacCulloch, St Cross, Oxford
‘Matters overlooked: straightening out the story of the Reformation’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.15pm (tea from 5.00)

Early Modern French Literature Seminar
Alison Calhoun (Indiana University)
'Turning on the waterworks: technologies of the passions on the French baroque stage.'

[Cancelled]

Maison Française d’Oxford, Norham Road

 

 

 Week 4, Trinity 2019

Monday 20

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar
Nadine Akkerman (Leiden University)
‘Manuscript Sleuthing: An Introduction to Invisible Agents’

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

5.30pm

‘Debts and Doorways in Renaissance Comedy’
Professor Lorna Hutson (Merton Professor of English Literature)

Margaret Thatcher Centre, Somerville College

6.00-7.00pm

David Patterson Lectures
Dr Dirk van Miert (Utrecht University)
‘There was no Hebrew Republic of Letters: Christian Hebraism, conceptual history and theory of citizenship’

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

Tuesday 21

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Joanna Weinberg (University of Oxford)
‘The annotated Mishnah among Jews and Christians in early modern Europe’

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30 pm
 

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Charlotta Forss (University of Oxford):
''There was a rumour in the city that we were imprisoned’: Swedish Diplomats in the Ottoman Empire & the Challenges of Misinformation'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Chloe Fairbanks: ‘Womb to tomb: birth, death, and the natural world as agents of national making in Shakespeare’s history plays’
Letitia Johnston: ‘But for the satisfaction of many that have desired it:’ The Instability of the Preliminary Matter to Paradise Lost’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Dr Tess Somervell (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Leeds):
‘Foreknowing and Forecasting the Weather in Eighteenth-Century Georgic’

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 22

5.15pm

CEMS-Plumer Lectures, Trinity 2019
Prof Richard Wilson (Kingston University):
‘Bad Faith: Clara de Chambrun and Le Grand Willy’

Seminar Room 10 (New Library), St Anne's College

Thursday 23

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Henry Jefferies, Thornhill College, Derry
‘British Reformations Compared’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.00pm

The Thomas Harriot Lecture
Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto:
‘Both to love and fear us – how to found an empire in Harriot’s day’

The Champneys Room, Oriel College

Friday 24

9.30am-6.30pm

Neptune’s Children Conference

https://neptuneschildrenconference.wordpress.com/

T.S. Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College

 

 

 Week 3, Trinity 2019

Monday 13

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar
Harriet Archer (University of St Andrews)
‘Place, Identity and Brennus the Gaul in Early Modern Imaginative Historiography’

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

Tuesday 14

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Kirsten Macfarlane (University of Cambridge)
‘Christianity as Jewish Allegory? Guilielmus Surenhusius’s ‘Sefer Ha-Mashveh’ (1713) and New Testament Scholarship in the Early Eighteenth Century’

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30 pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Alexander Samson (UCL):
'Robert Ashley’s Spanish Books: Textual Diplomacy'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Dr Ben Higgins (Lincoln, Oxford)
‘“Taverns, two-penny rooms, tyring-houses”: early modern bookshops and their uses’

T. S. Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College

Wednesday 15

1.00-2.00pm (lunch 12.30)

TORCH Book at Lunchtime: Compassion's Edge: Fellow-Feeling and Its Limits in Early Modern France
Professor Katherine Ibbett discusses her new book with Lorna Hutson, Teresa Beja, and Emma Claussen. Registration required. There will be a free sandwich lunch at 12:30pm.

TORCH Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities, Woodstock Road

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls College Seminar in the History of Pre-Modern Science
Xiona Wang (Warburg Institute)
‘Robert Hooke’s Vibrating Matter And Isaac Newton’s Aether Queries’

Old Library, All Souls College

Thursday 16

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Freya Sierhuis, University of York
'Fulke Greville and the intellectual culture of Puritanism'

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.15pm (tea from 5.00)

Early Modern French Literature Seminar
Benoît Autiquet (Bâle/Oxford)
'Enjeux politiques des Lettres (1586-1619) d'Etienne Pasquier.

Maison Française d’Oxford, Norham Road

 

 

 Week 2, Trinity 2019

Monday 6

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar
Derek Dunne (Cardiff University)
‘Shakespeare’s Licence’

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

5.00pm

Apud Basileam – Printing in Basel around 1500
Exhibition Opening

Lecture Hall, Taylor Institution Library

Tuesday 7

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Dirk van Miert (Utrecht University)
‘The social life of Guilielmus Surenhusius (1666-1729)’

Clarendon Institute

4:30-6:30 pm
 

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Sara Smart (University of Exeter)
‘Confession, Conflict, and Cultural Renewal: The Hohenzollern Consort in the Seventeenth Century’

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Felicity Brown: ‘Deploying and denying medieval tradition: The Misfortunes of Arthur
Adam Dumbleton: ‘Stay, view this stone’: Fictions of placement in some seventeenth-century object poems’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Ellen B. Brewster (DPhil Student, Exeter College):
‘The Spouting Club: A Workshop’ Into the Archive Session

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 8

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls College Seminar in the History of Pre-Modern Science
Matteo Martelli (Bologna)
‘The Chemical Arts In Antiquity: Metals, Spirits And Medicines’

Old Library, All Souls College

5.15pm,

Oxford Bibliographical Society
Dr Thomas Roebuck, University Of East Anglia
'O Note This Place and This Life': A Renaissance Reader's Copy of Sir Thomas North's Translation of Plutarch's Lives (1579)

Magdalen College Lecture Theatre

 

Thursday 9

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Paulina Kewes, Jesus College, Oxford
‘“The godlye election of a Kyng”: The Debating of the Succession, 1549-1558’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

 

 

 

 Week 1, Trinity 2019

Monday 29

4:30-6:30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Stefanie Freyer (Universität Osnabrück)
‘The ‘King of Peace’ off Track? The Provoking Strategies of James I’s Diplomats in Germany'

Colin Matthew Room, History Faculty

5.00pm

Literature and History in Early Modern England Seminar
Blair Worden (St Edmund Hall, Oxford)
‘Ben Jonson, Ovid, and the Fall of Essex 1600-01’

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

6.00-7.15pm

David Patterson Lectures
Dr Kirsten Macfarlane (University of Cambridge)
‘An English Hebraist, an Ottoman ‘Rabbi’, and the Unlikely Story of the First Hebrew Books Printed in Amsterdam (1605-1606)’

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

Tuesday 30

4.15-6.00pm

The Mishnah between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Thomas Roebuck (University of East Anglia)
‘Mishnaic Scholarship in Seventeenth-Century England’

Clarendon Institute

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Dr Dianne Mitchell (Queen’s, Oxford)
‘The Time Traveller's Poem: Intimacy, Polychronicity, and Lyric Copies’

T. S. Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College

Wednesday 1

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls College Seminar in the History of Pre-Modern Science
Jennifer Rampling (Princeton/All Souls)
‘Experiment And Enterprise: The Reformation Of English Alchemy In The Sixteenth Century’

Old Library, All Souls College

Thursday 2

5.00pm

Religion in the British Isles 1500-1700 Seminar
Eamon Duffy, Magdalene College, Cambridge
‘Richard Baxter Reminiscent: life writing in the Reliquiae and other works’

Gibbs Room, Keble College

5.15pm (tea from 5.00)

Early Modern French Literature Seminar
Fanny Lacôte (Stirling/Oxford)
'Le roman gothique en traduction française, 1789-1804 : une affaire de femmes 'révolutionnées’?'

Maison Française d’Oxford, Norham Road

 

Hilary 2019

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Week 8, Hilary 2019

Monday 4

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Viktoria von Hoffmann (Fund for Scientific Research, F.R.S.-FNRS / University of Liège)
'The Sense of Touch in Italian Renaissance anatomy’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 5

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Yosef Kaplan (Hebrew University)
'Haham Jacob Abendana, the author of a Spanish translation of the Mishnah. Steps towards an intellectual profile'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Lena Cowen Orlin (Georgetown University)
‘What Shakespeare’s Funerary Monument Tells Us About his Overnights in Oxford’

Mure Room, Merton College

Wednesday 6

2.00-3.30pm

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
EVA GRIFFITH (Independent Scholar):
Christopher Beeston: His Plays and Place in the Social Hierarchy of Early Stuart London
KATHERINE IBBETT (Trinity College, Oxford):
Une petite Venise: The Seventeenth-Century Beaver

Hovenden Room, All Souls

1pm-2.15pm

Florentine Latin Humanism
‘Bruni’
Leonardo Bruni, Dialogi ad Petrum Paulum Histrum – Simon Gilson

Refugee Scholars’ Room, Corpus Christi College

Thursday 7

2.00-4.00pm

Early Modern German Culture Seminar
Barbara Eichner (Oxford Brookes) Music in a Divided City: The Introduction of Polyphony at St Katherine's, Augsburg
Matthew Laube (Birkbeck) Music, Piety, Conflict: Towards a Sonic History of the Netherlandish and German Home

New Powell Room, Somerville College

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Christopher Barbour-Mercer: ‘A reassessment of the life and work of George Savile, first marquis of Halifax’
Mikhail Belan: ‘Western merchants and the development of the Russian credit market in the eighteenth century’
Laura Roberts: ‘English women in exile, c. 1550-1625’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music
Laurence Libin (Curator of Musical Instruments emeritus at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
‘Reconstructing medieval instruments: Why bother?’

Wharton Room, All Souls

Friday 8

11.00am

Late Medieval Europe Seminar: Commemoration
Judith Pollman (Leiden)
‘Commemorating civil war in the Low Countries 1566-1648’

21 St Giles seminar room, St John’s College

2.15pm

Seminar in the History of the Book
A very special book launch: Manuale Tipografico IV. A triumph of hand-printing aesthetics, paper and watermarks
Enrico Tallone (Tallone Editore, Turin), Carlo Ossola (Collège de France, Prof. of Modern Literatures of Neo-Latin Europe), Stefano Salis (Il Sole 24 Ore)

Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC), Weston Library

 

 

 Week 7, Hilary 2019

Monday 25

2.15pm

Early Modern Manuscripts Masterclasses
Dr Lorenzo Calvelli (Università Ca' Foscari)
'Lost and Found: Early modern transcriptions of a Hellenistic Interstate Treaty from Crete'

Horton Room,
Weston Library

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Matilde Malaspina (Lincoln College, Oxford)
‘Aesop’s Fables in the 15th-century Veneto, in manuscript BL 10389 and print’

St Catherine’s College

5.00pm

Enlightenment Workshop
Peter Sabor (McGill):
Editing Charles Burney’s letters from Paris to Montreal, 1814-2019

Voltaire Foundation, 99 Banbury Road

Tuesday 26

2.00pm

Late Medieval Europe Seminar: Commemoration
Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge)

‘Heirloom Books and Archives of Memory in Late Medieval and Early Modern England.’

21 St Giles seminar room, St John’s College

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Theodor Dunkelgrün (University of Cambridge)
'Isaac Abendana’s Mishnah translation (1663-1676) and Judaic studies in Restoration Cambridge'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

4.30-6.30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Prof. Mía J. Rodríguez-Salgado (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
‘Public news: An ambassador’s secret weapon. Diego Guzman de Silva’s interventions in the Low Countries from the embassy in Venice, 1568-1573’

Gerry Martin Room, History Faculty

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Mary Nyquist (Toronto)
‘Tyrannicide, Sacrifice, and Law in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar’

Fitzjames 1, Merton College

7.30pm

The Prince & The Priest, Motets by Gesualdo & Victoria
Contrapunctus directed by Owen Rees

The Queen’s College Chapel

Wednesday 27

1pm-2.15pm

Florentine Latin Humanism
Boccaccio, De mulieribus claris, 42 ‘Dido’ – Melinda Letts
Boccaccio, Eclogue 15, Phylostropos (114-221) – Adir De Oliveira Fonseca

Refugee Scholars’ Room, Corpus Christi College

Thursday 28

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Timothy Wade: ‘Readers of Erasmus: the case of Thomas Cranmer’
Natasha Bailey: ‘Metaphysical pedagogy in early eighteenth-century Cambridge: Thomas Johnson’s Quaestiones Philosophiae (1732)’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Jess Stacey (The Queen's College)
"Authors of Catastrophe: narrative and periodisation in eighteenth-century France"

Maison Française d’Oxford

Friday 1

2.15pm

Seminar in the History of the Book
15cHEBRAICA: Capturing the former owners of Hebrew incunabula and their annotations in the Material Evidence in Incunabula (MEI) database

Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC), Weston Library

 

 

Week 6, Hilary 2019

Monday 18

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Caspar Pearson (History of Art Department, Essex University)
‘Between shipwreck and the giants: Leon Battista Alberti’s letter to Filippo Brunelleschi’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 19

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Guido Bartolucci (University of Calabria)
'A German student of Isaac Abendana: Theodor Dassow and the Latin translation of the Mishnah'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.00– 6.00pm

CEMS-Plumer Lecture in Early Modern English Literature and Culture
Prof Kaara Peterson (Miami University):
'Unriddling Queen Elizabeth I's Sieve Portraits'

 

Seminar Room 7, Ruth Deech Building, St Anne's College

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Jake Arthur: Derivative, devotional, ‘disappointing’: early modern women’s biblical verse paraphrases
Leah Veronese-Clucas: “Suuing for grace”: the rhetoric of petition  

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
‘Lady in a Veil’ Performance based on the life and works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, followed by a discussion.
Dr Georgina Lock (Nottingham Trent University)

Seminar Room East, Mansfield College

Wednesday 20

1pm-2.15pm

Florentine Latin Humanism
‘Enea Silvio Piccolomini commentator and poet’
Piccolomini, Commentariorum Pii Secundi Pontificis Maximi libri – Guy Westwood
Piccolomini, Cinthia – Tristan Franklinos

Refugee Scholars’ Room, Corpus Christi College

2.00-3.30pm

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
JONATHAN PATTERSON (St Hilda’s College, Oxford):
Colbert’s Police Files: Between Bureaucracy and Literature
BRIAN BREWER (Trinity College Dublin):
The Figure of the Merchant in the Works of Miguel de Cervantes

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5:15 pm

Early Modern German Culture and History of War Seminar
Astrid Ackermann
‘(Jena) Bernhard of Weimar as Military Enterpriser’

Wharton Room, All Souls College

Thursday 21

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Emily Glassford (Lincoln College): “'For their owne singuler lucre”: Perceptions of Strangers as an Economic Threat in London and at the English Court, c. 1450-1558’
Heather McTaggart (Lincoln College):‘Conflict and Collaboration: The Spanish Ambassadors in the Elizabethan Court’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music
Roger Bowers, University of Cambridge
'Composer biographies – the cases of John Dunstable and 'Roy Henry''

Wharton Room, All Souls

Friday 22

5.00pm

Historiography Seminar
Dr Katie McKeogh (New College)
'Whose England, whose history? Catholicism and antiquarianism, 1560-1660’

 

Lecture Rm 2, Christ Church

 

 

 Week 5, Hilary 2019

Monday 11

2.15pm

Early Modern Manuscripts Masterclasses
Dr Mary-Ann Constantine (University of Wales)
'Antiquaries on Tour: Exploring the Pennant-Gough Correspondence'

Horton Room,
Weston Library

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Lia Costiner Merton College, Oxford
‘Mercanti artisti: Illustrating the book in the late-medieval Italian home’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 12

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Marcello Cattaneo (University of Oxford)
'The first English translation of the Mishnah: the scholarly contexts of William Wootton’s version of Shabbat and Eruvin (1718)'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

4.30-6.00pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Fabio Antonini (Birkbeck College, University of London)
‘A Diplomatic Narrative in the Archive: The War of Cyprus, Record Keeping Practices and Historical Research in the Early Modern Venetian Chancery’

Gerry Martin Room, History Faculty

Wednesday 13

1pm-2.15pm

Florentine Latin Humanism
‘The Conspiracy against the Medici and Poliziano’s Coniurationis commentarium
Poliziano, Coniurationis Commentarium – Marta Celati (University of Warwick)

Refugee Scholars’ Room, Corpus Christi College

Thursday 14

2.00-4.00pm

Early Modern German Culture Seminar
Katherine Bond (Anglia Ruskin): ‘The Impact of Habsburg Court Culture on the Development of Costume Books’
Richard Morris (Cambridge): ‘Identity, Court Festivals, and the Politics of Access in the Early Modern Holy Roman Empire’

New Powell Room, Somerville College

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Michael Heimos (St Cross College)
‘“As you know the storie of Storie”: Loyalty & Religion at Common Law, 1571-1608’
William White (St Anne’s College)
‘Preaching, Royalism, and Episcopalian “Conformity” in Interregnum England’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Dorine Rouiller (Geneva/Oxford)
"La journée cosmopolite de Théophile de Viau”

Maison Française d’Oxford

Friday 15

2.15pm

Seminar in the History of the Book
15cBOOKTRADE tools for Modern Languages, History, and Classics

 

Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC), Weston Library

 

 

Week 4, Hilary 2019

Monday 4

2.00-3.30pm

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
NEIL KENNY (All Souls College, Oxford):
Ore, Lore, Status: The Curious Case of the Baron and Baronne de Beausoleil

RICHARD SCHOLAR (Oriel College, Oxford):
French à la mode in Restoration England

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Martin Kemp Trinity College, Oxford
‘“It’s yours for $450 million.” Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 5

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Scott Mandelbrote (University of Cambridge)
'Humphrey Prideaux and the history of Judaism in the 17th century'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Lakshmi Balakrishnan: ‘Monetary and Affective Transactions in Shakespeare’
Richard Phillips: ‘George Peele’s Old Wives’ Tale and the Sleeping Narrator’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
‘Jane Austen and the Novel as Complex System’
Professor Sean Silver (Rutgers State University of New Jersey)

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 6

1pm-2.15pm

Florentine Latin Humanism
‘Marsilio Ficino on How True Philosophy Leads to Happiness’
Ficino, Letter to Sebastiano Salvini (Letter IV, 32 in Opera omnia, p. 780) – Maude Vanhaelen

Refugee Scholars’ Room, Corpus Christi College

5.30pm

Exeter College Rector’s Seminar
‘Printing History and Cultural Change’
Professor Richard Wendorf (Exeter Visiting Fellow, Director of the American Museum in Britain)
All Welcome – see attached poster.

Drawing Room, Rector’s Lodgings, Exeter College

7.00- 8.30pm

Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture
‘Spinoza On Human Life And Society’
Beth Lord (Aberdeen)
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Blackwell's Bookshop, Broad Street

Thursday 7

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Ian Archer (Keble College)
‘The Carmen of London and Stereotypes of the Labouring Poor’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music
Étienne Anheim (Directeur d'études, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris)
‘The musical chapel of the popes in Avignon during the fourteenth century’

Wharton Room, All Souls

Friday 8

2.15pm

Seminar in the History of the Book
15cBOOKTRADE tools for the History of Art

 

Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC), Weston Library

 

 

 Week 3, Hilary 2019

Monday 28

2.15pm

Early Modern Manuscripts Masterclasses
Dr Mathelinda Nabugodi (Newcastle University)
'The Shelleys' German translations'

Horton Room,
Weston Library

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Lorenzo Caravaggi Balliol College, Oxford
‘A knight and his library in the age of the aristocratic communes: Romanitas, chivalry, and urbanitas in the 12th and 13th centuries’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 29

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Robert Madaric Beer (University of Tübingen)
'Jacob Judah Leon and his models of the Temple and the Tabernacle in 17th century scholarship'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Helen Smith (University of York)
'“Being thus poetically composed”: Early Modern Women's Elemental Poetry’

Mure Room, Merton College

Thursday 31

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Joel Butler (Wadham College)
‘Two Interesting Episodes from the Embassy of William Harborne to the Ottoman Empire’
Matthew Ward (Kellogg College)
‘A principle of “Natural Justice”: Sir William Petty and the “Royal Absolutist” Case for Excise’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Todd Reeser (Pittsburgh)
“Essaying affect with Montaigne”

Maison Française d’Oxford

Friday 1

2.15pm

Seminar in the History of the Book
Jane Stevenson (Oxford)
‘Scottish and British Authors Published Abroad 1470-1700’

 

Visiting Scholars’ Centre (VSC), Weston Library

 

 

Week 2, Hilary 2019

Monday 21

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Simon Gilson (Oxford)
‘“Making Aristotle vernacular" in Padua and Florence: Benedetto Varchi's Italian translations and commentaries on Aristotle 1538-43

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 22

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Omer Michaelis (Harvard Divinity School)
'Juda ha-Nasi, Author Mishnae: authorship discourses between Medieval al-Andalus and Early Modern England'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Philip Hunt (Oxford)
‘“Weren’t there any Ganymedes in the Globe audience?” Reconsidering the male homoerotic audience in Renaissance theatre’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
‘Civil Rage: Poetry and War in the 1740s’
Professor Thomas Keymer (Chancellor Jackman Professor of English, University of Toronto)

Massey Room, Balliol College

Wednesday 23

2.00-3.30pm

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe
Rebecca Bullard (University of Reading):
‘‘Deaths of eminent persons’: Obituaries and Social Hierarchies in Early Eighteenth-Century England’
John Gallagher (University of Leeds):
‘A Conversable Knowledge: Language-Learning in Early Modern Educational Travel’

Wharton Room, All Souls

Thursday 24

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Thomas Pert (Lincoln College)
‘“The Prince Elector is going from hence to London, I imagine for no good”: The Elector Palatine, Parliament, and the Civil War c.1638-1644’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music
John Milsom, Liverpool Hope University
‘Polyphony, in four parts: composing, performing, listening, reflecting’

Wharton Room, All Souls

 

 

 Week 1, Hilary 2019

Monday 14

2.15-4.00pm

The Mishnah Between Christians and Jews in Early Modern Europe
Piet van Boxel (University of Oxford)
'Surenhusius and his Mishnah edition in context'

Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute

5.00pm

Italian Renaissance Seminar
Sarah Vowles Department of Prints & Drawings, British Museum
‘Confronting the canon: Two new drawings in the Mantegna and Bellini exhibition at the National Gallery’

St Catherine’s College

Tuesday 15

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Eric Langley (University College London)
‘To Stretch; to Flinch: Shakespearean Tenderness’

Mure Room, Merton College

Thursday 17

5pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Prof. Andrew Hopper (Univ. of Leicester)
‘The Human Costs of the Civil Wars’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Kathleen Perry Long (Cornell)
"Transforming Dystopia, Performing Utopia in the Island of Hermaphrodites”

Maison Française d’Oxford

Friday 18

8.00pm

Paul Lodge & The Food Of Love Project
A show consisting of performances by Paul Lodge and artists from The Food of Love Project.

The Old Fire Station, George Street

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 Week 8, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 27

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Stephen A. Harris (Druce Curator of Oxford University Herbaria)
‘Into the Archive’: visit to Dept of Plant Sciences to meet Eighteenth-Century Herbaria

Dept. of Plant Sciences

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Fraser Buchanan: ‘Imagining Atheism in George Gifford’s Countrie Divinitie
James Misson: ‘Wax, lead and stone texts: Citing materiality with typography in the sixteenth century’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval And Renaissance Music
Elena Abramov van Rijk (Jerusalem):
‘The non-Italian Ars nova, or how to read the madrigal Povero Zappator by Lorenzo da Firenze’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

Wednesday 28

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Noel Malcolm (All Souls College, Oxford)
‘Early modern ideas of religion as “imposture”: the case of Islam’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

 

Thursday 29

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Edward Legon (Historic Royal Palaces)
‘Sadler Saddled: Reconciliation and Recrimination in a Restoration Parish’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

 

 

 Week 7, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 20

7.00pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Laurie Maguire (Magdalen, Oxford)
Panizzi Lectures 2018: ‘The Rhetoric of the Page: Reading Blank Space’

The Knowledge Centre, British Library

4.30-6.30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Helmer Helmers (University of Amsterdam)
‘Cold War. Dutch Public Diplomacy in the Truce Period, 1609-1621’ (abstract online)

Ferrar Room, Hertford College

Wednesday 21

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Joanna Weinberg (Oxford)
‘The archive of Constantijn L’Empereur (1591–1648): a microcosm of Christian Jewish scholarship in seventeenth-century Northern Europe’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

Thursday 22

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Christopher Gausden (Jesus College, Oxford): ‘Preaching in the Early Jacobean Chapel Royal: Critiquing a New Regime’
Tara Greig (St Cross College) ‘“But nowe adayes I see fewe hunt the harte as he ought to be hunted”:  The Social and Economic Contexts to Changes in Hunting in Seventeenth-Century England’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Medieval-Early Modern Elements:
Katherine Ibbett (Oxford), Water / Peggy McCracken (Michigan), Fire

Maison Française d’Oxford, 2-10 Norham Road

 

 

 

 Week 6, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 13

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Dr Emrys Jones (King’s College, London)
‘“Knowing My Family”: Dynastic Recognition in Eighteenth-Century Celebrity Culture’

Massey Room, Balliol College

5:30pm

Plumer Lecture in Early Modern Literature
Prof Ros King (University of Southampton)
'Moving the Passions: Musical Poetics in Early Modern Europe'

Seminar Room 8, St Anne's College

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Kate Allan: ‘That instruction, and good counsel, may bee furthered by an honest and pleasant recreation’: George Wither’s Use of the Volvelle in A Collection of Emblemes, Ancient and Modern
Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull: ‘Battling the B course: Questions Answered and Fears Alleviated’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

Wednesday 14

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Charles Wolfe (Ghent)
‘Montpellier vitalism and vital materialism’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5.00pm

Oxford Wells Shakespeare Lectures
Professor Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennysylvania)
‘Shakespeare's Dateless Sonnets’

Exam Schools, High Street

Thursday 15

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Richard Bell (Keble College)
‘Charity, Debt and Social Control in England’s Early Modern Prisons’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval And Renaissance Music
Margaret Bent (All Souls College):
‘The contents and provenance of the fragmentary royal choirbook of the 1420s: an update’

Wharton Room, All Souls

5.15pm

Besterman Lectures
Professor Keith M. Baker (Stanford)
'Writing Rights in 1789’

Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre, St Anne’s College

 

 

 

 Week 5, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 6

11.00am

“Shakespeare in Geneva”
Professor Lukas Erne (University of Geneva) and Dr Devani Singh (University of Oxford) will explore the provenance and status of a unique collection of early Shakespeare editions held at the Bodmer Foundation in Geneva (see attachment).

The Oakeshott Room, Lincoln College

4:30-6:30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period

Ruggero Sciuto (University of Oxford)

‘Diplomatic Correspondence Networks and the Progress of Scientific Knowledge: Luigi Lorenzi and the Spread of the Practice of Smallpox Inoculation in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany’ (abstract available online).

 

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Jennifer Richards (Newcastle)
‘Thomas Nashe Off the Page’

Mure Room, Merton College

Wednesday 7

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Sara Miglietti (Warburg Institute)
‘Contemplation, reflection, and love of God: new perspectives on Jean Bodin’s ethics and theology’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5.00pm

Oxford Wells Shakespeare Lectures
Professor Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennysylvania)
‘Sorting Shakespeare's Archive’

Exam Schools, High Street

Thursday 8

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Jonathan McGovern (Univ. of York)
‘Sheriffs at the Exchequer: The Reform of Shrieval Revenue Collection from 1530-1550’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Marc Schachter (Durham)
'Brantôme’s Lesbian Philology'

Maison Française d’Oxford, 2-10 Norham Road

 

 

 Week 4, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 30

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Dr Carmen Casaliggi (Cardiff Metropolitan University)
‘Domestic Cosmopolitanism: Locating émigré identity in Germaine De Staël’s Coppet’

Massey Room, Balliol College

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Beatrice Montedoro: ‘What did early modern compilers hope to learn from dramatic extracts?’
Laura Wright: ‘Rhetorical sounds and Shakespearean silences’

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

4:30-6:30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
We are pleased to inform you that the theme for our second discussion session will be “Material letters and diplomacy”. Please read the three following articles in advance of the seminar, which we shall then discuss over tea and biscuits, in a very informal and relaxed atmosphere!

Ferrar Room, Hertford College

Wednesday 31

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Mogens Lærke (CNRS, Paris)
'Grotius on Ecclesiastical Counsel and Declarative Rule’.

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5.00pm

Oxford Wells Shakespeare Lectures
Professor Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennysylvania)
‘Shakespeare's Timeline’

Exam Schools, High Street

Thursday 1

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Kelsey Jackson Williams (Univ. of Stirling)
‘Antiquarian Curiosities or Priceless Treasures? The Uses of Carved Stones in Early Modern History’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval And Renaissance Music
Elizabeth Eva Leach (University of Oxford):
‘The motets of Douce 308: evidence for a more extensive monophonic tradition?’

Wharton Room, All Souls

Friday 2

6.00pm

British Society for the History of Philosophy Annual Lecture
Professor Sarah Hutton (York)
"Women, Philosophy and the History of Philosophy"

Maison Française d’Oxford, 2-10 Norham Rd

 

 

 Week 3, Michaelmas 2018

Saturday 20

From
10.15am

Plainsong and Medieval Music Society 2018 Study Day
The Use of Sarum: Liturgies and Liturgical books

Shulman Auditorium, The Queen’s College

Tuesday 23

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Raphael Lyne (Murray Edwards, Cambridge)
‘Shakespeare and the Wandering Mind’

Mure Room, Merton College

4.30-6.30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
Dr Christopher Markiewicz (University of Birmingham)
‘Secretaries and the Persian Cosmopolis in the Making of an Anti-Safavid Diplomatic Discourse’

Habbakuk Room,
Jesus College

5.00pm

The Dorothy Rowe lecture 2018
Professor Ingrid D. Rowland (University of Notre Dame in Rome)

'Raphael’s Rome'

Grove Auditorium, Magdalen College 

 

Wednesday 24

12.30-2.00pm

Remembering the Jagiellonians: A Book at Lunchtime
A panel discussion of the first book to come out of the ERC Jagiellonians project on early modern Central European dynasty.
http://torch.ox.ac.uk/remembering-jagiellonians-book-lunchtime

Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Jacqueline Rose (St Andrews)
‘Secret and privy counsel in early modern England’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

5.00pm

Oxford Wells Shakespeare Lectures
Professor Margreta de Grazia (University of Pennysylvania)
‘Shakespeare Without a Life’

Exam Schools, High Street

Thursday 25

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Jitka Stollova (Jesus College, Oxford)
‘The Face of Tyranny: Richard III after Shakespeare’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Alain Génetiot (Université de Lorraine)
'Le sujet lyrique à l'épreuve de la mystique'

Maison Française d’Oxford, 2-10 Norham Road

5.00pm

Fiction and Human Rights Network
Judge Theodor Meron (Past President, UN War Crimes Tribunals) and Professor Lorna Hutson (Oxford)
'Shakespeare's Henry V and Just War'

Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Mansfield College

7.30pm

Telling Their Stories: celebrating Black History Month
Dr Olivette Otele and Dr Miranda Kaufmann explore the historical presence and absence of Black individuals and communities in the UK.

Old Library, University Church of St Mary

 

 

 Week 2, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 16

5.30pm

Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture Seminar
Professor Paul Goring (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
‘An(other) actor’s library: the case of Charles Macklin’

Massey Room, Balliol College

5.15pm

Early Modern Graduate Forum
Introduction session and welcome drinks. All early modern graduate students are warmly invited for the brief introductory session of our graduate forum, followed by free drinks and a chance to meet other early modernists.

Seminar Room B, English Faculty

4.30-6.30pm

TORCH Network on Diplomacy in the Early Modern Period
First discussion session: Relazioni and diplomatic reporting. Please read the three following articles in advance of the seminar, which we shall then discuss over tea and biscuits, in a very informal and relaxed atmosphere!

Habbakuk Room, Jesus College

Wednesday 17

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Adam Horsley (Exeter)
‘Persecutors, judges, and defendants: defining libertinage in early seventeenth-century France’

Hovenden Room, All Souls

Thursday 18

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Prof Jane Dawson (Univ. of Edinburgh)
'Three Coronations and a Union: 1567, 1590 and 1603’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.00pm

Inaugural Lecture of Professor Lorna Hutson, Merton Professor of English Literature
'England's Insular Imaginings'

Lecture Theatre 2, English Faculty

5.00-7.00pm

Seminar in Medieval And Renaissance Music
Antonio Chemotti, (HERA Project SoundMe - Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)
‘Musical past and regionalism in early modern Silesia: the hymnbook of Valentin Triller’

Wharton Room, All Souls

 

 

 Week 1, Michaelmas 2018

Tuesday 9

5.15pm

Early Modern English Literature Seminar
Noel Sugimura (St John’s, Oxford)
‘Milton’s God and his Eighteenth-century Readers’

Mure Room, Merton College

Wednesday 10

5.00–6.45pm

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History
Mark Goldie (Cambridge)
‘John Locke and America’

Seminar Room 3

Thursday 11

5.00pm (tea from 4.45)

Early Modern Britain Seminar
Dr Lucy Wooding (Lincoln College)
‘Inventing the English Bible in the reign of Henry VIII’

The Breakfast Room, Merton College

5.15pm

Early Modern French Seminar
Will McMorran (QMUL)
'The Marquis de Sade, the 367th Passion, and the Marquise de Gange'

Maison Française d’Oxford, 2-10 Norham Road

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