The latest edition of our offical journal is here:
For Spring 2010 you’ll find:
Reports of our most recent events by Anne Byrne and John Croxon
John Croxon’s visit to the gorgeous moated Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk
Arts Reports – King Lear at the RSC and Bristol Brass at Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton
Art Exhibition Reviews by Timothy Alves (who discusses Turner’s early modern influences as seen in ‘Turner and the Masters’ at Tate Britain) and Karen Baston (who points out all the early modern highlights at ‘The Print Maker’s Art’ at the National Gallery of Scotland)
A report on the excellent 4th Thomas Browne Seminar on ‘Early Modern Libraries’ at the University of York
by Karen Baston
Book Reviews by John Croxon (Eleanor by John Ashdown-Hill, Cardinal Wolsey by Stella Fletcher, Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel), Robin Rowles (Restoration by Tim Harris) and Karen Baston (Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance, aka @quackwriter!)
All of that and the Spring Quiz!
We may be a London-based society, but as you can see, we do get around in the pursuit of early modern events. Contributions to the Bulletin are always welcome and should be directed to the Editor, John Croxon. The only real criteria for contributions is that they deal with a subject within our date range of 1450-1815.