The Useable Past in 17th-Century England

The Useable Past in Seventeenth-Century England
23 October 2010

An interdisciplinary colloquium that will showcase cutting-edge work in the field of early-modern perceptions of the past, including the archaic, antiquity, the county and civic past, family history and the landscape.

Speakers include Ronald Hutton, Philip Baker, Jan Broadway, Fiona Youngman, Lucy Munro and Nicola Whyte.

Venue: Wolfson Research Exchange University of Warwick Library
Location: Coventry, West Midlands.

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