Wednesday: Landscape and Memory in the Early Modern Period

Centre for Early Modern Studies

A Symposium on Landscape and Memory in the Early Modern Period

Wednesday 3 October, Queens MR3, 4-6pm

Philip Schwyzer (English): ‘To teach us that Cities dye as well as men’: Camden, Crop Marks and the Presence of the Past in the Early Modern Landscape

Nicola Whyte (History) The Place of the Dead: Territory and Identity in the Post-Medieval Landscape

David Harvey (Geography) Small Stories and Relational Experiences: Landscape History at Broad Down, Devon (UK)

This mini-symposium is the first event in the Centre for Early Modern Studies seminar series for 2012-13. The event is open to all staff and students with an interest in the early modern period. The papers will be followed by informal discussion and introductions over food and drink.

The event will be videoconferenced to the Tremough campus.

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