Early Modern British History

Seminar Leaders:
Cynthia Herrup, University of Southern California
Lori-Anne Ferrell, Claremont Graduate University

Steve Hindle, Huntington Library

Steve Hindle, Huntington Library

"Work, Reward and Labor Discipline in late Seventeenth Century England"

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Huntington Library
Overseers' Room, 10am-12noon


Karen Britland, University of Wisconsin

Karen Britland, University of Wisconsin

"Elizabeth Cary, family networks, and the publication of The Tragedy of Mariam"

Saturday, October 29, 2011
Huntington Library
Overseers' Room, 10am-12noon


Heather James, USC

Heather James, USC

"Bison Hamlet"

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Huntington Library
Overseers' Room, 10am-12noon

Co-Sponsored by the Renaissance Literature Seminar.


Ian Archer, Oxford

Ian Archer, Oxford

"Networks of Charity in Elizabethan England"

Saturday, January 14, 2012
Huntington Library
Overseers' Room, 10am-12noon


Barbara Donagan, Huntington Library

Barbara Donagan, Huntington Library

"Kin, friends, and others: civil war and the social commonwealth"

Saturday, February 11, 2012
Huntington Library
Seaver Classroom 3, 10am-12noon


Noah Millstone, Harvard

Noah Millstone, Harvard

"Manuscript Circulation and Parliament: Rethinking the Political Texts of the Early Stuart Era"

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Huntington Library
Seaver Classroom 3, 10am-12noon