Plymouth Lectures in Early Modern History

Several events in the University of Plymouth Lectures in Social History spring programme look interesting for early modernists:

Tuesday 5 February, 6.30pm, Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building 

Professor Andy Wood (University of East Anglia)

‘Remembering and Forgetting the 1549 Rebellions’

Tuesday 26 February, 6.30pm, Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building 

Dr Toby Barnard (Hertford College, Oxford)

‘The Cultures of Print in Ireland, c.1680-1800’

  Tuesday 11 March, 6.30pm, Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building 

This year Professor Ralph Houlbrooke (Professor Emeritus, University of Reading) will deliver the Christopher Durston Memorial Lecture.  ‘A Conflict of Loyalties? The Fate of Mary Tudor’s Privy Councillors under Elizabeth I’.

 Tuesday 18 March, 6.30 pm, Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building 

Historical Association Lecture

Professor Barry Coward, President of the Historical Association

‘Will the Real Oliver Cromwell Please Stand Up?’

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