Exeter Early Modern Seminar(s)

Two early modern events are coming up on Wednesday 12 March. 

The next speaker in the Early Modern Seminar Series will be Peter Hinds (University of Plymouth), who will speak on ‘The Circulation of Political Discourse in Late Seventeenth-Century London’.  4.00 – 6.00 pm, in Room 128, Amory Building.   Wine will be served after the talk and questions.

Earlier on the same day, Philip Schwyzer will be speaking on ‘Shakespeare and the Remains of Richard III.’  This is an event in the Department of English Staff Seminar series.  1-2 pm in Room 1H, Queen’s.  Bring your own lunch.  (No wine.)

 

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  1. Your readers may be interested in the following early modern history weblogs:

    Early Modern History http://journals.aol.co.uk/christhomps84388/early-modern-history/

    Mercurius Rusticus
    http://cantabrigiensis.blogspot.com/

    Mercurius Politicus
    http://mercuriuspoliticus.wordpress.com

    Oxoniensis
    http://oxoniensis.wordpress.com/

    Edward Vallance’s blog
    http://edwardvallance.wordpress.com/

    Investigations of a Dog by Gavin Robinson is also worth examining although it also has more recent military history items.

  2. Thank you, Chris. A great selection. Do early modern historians take to blogging more easily than early modern literature people, I wonder?


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