Early Modern Europe Seminars at the IHR

Early Modern Europe Seminars at the IHR
Mondays at 17.00 in the Holden Room (Room 20 Boardroom 103), Senate House, Malet Street, LONDON WC1E 7HU

Autumn Term 2011
31 October
Dr Emma Barker (Open University) ‘Il n’y a point de tableau plus charmant que celui de la famille: Constructing domesticity in eighteenth-century France’

14 November
Dr Sabine Chaouche (Oxford Brooks) ‘The Business of the Comédie-Française in eighteenth-century France’.

28 November

Prof Leonhard Horowski (Berlin), ‘Le Duc de Noailles est le premier homme du monde. Dynastic thinking and the logistics of faction-building at the Court of Versailles’

12 December (Torrington Room, Room 104)
Anne Byrne (Birkbeck), ‘Three deathbeds and a funeral: the death rites of Louis XV’

Spring Term 2012
23 January
Charles Gregory, ‘The conspiracies against Cardinal Richelieu, 1636-1642′

6 February
Dr Stephen Brogan (IHR), ‘Marc Bloch and the royal touch revisited’

20 February
Dr Christelle Rabier (LSE), ‘A European Revolution of medical demand? The French case, 1600-1750’ (Provisional title)

5 March
Carmen Fraccia, title tbc

19 March
Prof Rafe Blaufarb, ‘The Politics of Noble Fiscal Privilege’

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