Exeter Early Modern Seminar

The Exeter Early Modern seminar will meet on alternate Wednesdays in Semester 2, 4pm in 417 Amory.  The first speaker will be Dr. Edward Paleit of the Department of English.  Full programme follows:

Wednesday 20th January, Ed Paleit (English): ‘When Roman Liberty opprest should dy’: Romano-English Politics and the Crisis of the late 1620s

Wednesday 3th February, Sjoerd Levelt (The Warburg Institute): Holland’s Medieval History in the Early Modern Period

Wednesday 17th February, Isabelle Charmantier (History, Exeter): Writing on Ornithology in the Seventeenth Century: Faultrier’s Traitte des Oysseaux

Wednesday 3th March, Sarah Toulalan (History, Exeter): Child Sexual Abuse in Early Modern England

Wednesday 17th March, Michelle O’Callaghan (Reading): A Scribal Community? Reading Rawl.poet.31 and the Countess of Bedford’s Circle’

Wednesday 5th May, Mini-Colloquium on ‘Print Culture in Elizabethan England.’

Lee Durbin (English): Bibliophiles and Private Libraries: Public versus Private Knowledge

Daniel Cattell (English): ‘I am a scribbled form’: Shakespeare’s King John and Catholic-Protestant Polemic

Wednesday 12th May, Susan Whyman: The Social Status and Identity of the Tucker Family, Stone Merchants of Weymouth, Dorset 1700-1800

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