The Exeter Early Modern Seminar

The Centre for Early Modern Studies has a thriving seminar series which runs each academic year. Papers are delivered by staff, research students and honorary research fellows in participating departments and by invited speakers from outside the University. This meets on a fortnightly basis during term on Wednesdays 4-6pm, in Room 128 in the Amory Building.  All are very welcome to attend.  

Listed below are forthcoming seminars in the Centre for Early Modern Studies.

Wednesday 30th January, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

‘Susanna Centlivre’s A Gotham Election (1715): Politics, Censorship and Performance’

Jane Milling, University of Exeter, Drama

Wednesday 20th February, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

‘The Politics of Age and Children’s Performance in Caroline England’

Lucy Munro, Keele University

Wednesday 27th February, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

‘The Circulation of Political Discourse in Late Seventeenth-Century London’

Peter Hinds, University of Plymouth

Wednesday 12th March, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

Public Reaction to the Failures of the English Financial Revolution’

Anne Murphy, History, Cornwall Campus

Wednesday 23th April, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

‘The Unlearned Man’s Book: The Jesuits’ Use of the Confraternity of the Rosary in England and Japan, 1549-1700’

Anne Dillon, Honorary Research Fellow, University of Exeter, History

Wednesday 7th May, 4.00 – 6.00 pm

‘Practices of Politeness: Changing Norms of Masculinity in Landed Society, 1660-1800’

Henry French, University of Exeter, History


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  1. Lucy Munro’s seminar has been postponed to the 20th of February. Same time, same place. Looking forward to seeing you there, Lucy!

  2. Thanks Pascale, that’s now been corrected!

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