Early Modern British History 2013-2014

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

Isaac Stephens, Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan

"Playing the Martyr and Martyrologist: Thomas Swadlin in Stuart London"

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Huntington Library
Munger Research Library, Seaver 3
10am-12noon

David Cressy, Ohio State University

"Trouble with Gypsies in Tudor England"

October 26, 2013

Huntington Library
Munger Research Library, Seaver 3
10am-12noon

Program in Tudor History in Honor of Mary Robertson

Friday, February 14, 2014
Huntington Library
Brody Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
1:30pm (coffee served at 1pm)
Reception to follow.

Steven Gunn, Merton College, Oxford

"Work, Leisure, and Accidental Death in Tudor England"

Featured talk for the first day of Program in Tudor History in Honor of Mary Robertson.

Friday, February 14, 2014
Huntington Library
Brody Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
1:30pm (coffee served at 1pm)

Neil Younger, University of Essex

"The Confessional State and the Political Nation in Elizabethan England"

Featured talk for the first day of Program in Tudor History in Honor of Mary Robertson.

Friday, February 14, 2014
Huntington Library
Brody Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
1:30pm (coffee served at 1pm)

Alison Wiggins, University of Glasgow

"Bess of Hardwick's Letters From Script to Screen (Or, the opportunities and implications of editing women's letters online)"

Featured talk for the second day of Program in Tudor History in Honor of Mary Robertson.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Huntington Library
Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
10am-12noon

Rupali Mishra, Auburn University

"Corporate Espionage: The East Indies Ambitions of Charles I"

April 12, 2014

Huntington Library
Munger Research Library, Seaver 3
10am-12noon

All Early Modern British History seminars meet at the Huntington Library in San Marino, CA.  Coffee is served at 9:30am.

Image: George Ripley Scroll, HM 30313. Courtesy Huntington Library

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