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Our Next Event: Simon Smith, Hearing, Seeing and Feeling Music in the Early Modern Playhouse

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

6 February 2015, Dr Simon Smith, University of Oxford, Hearing, Seeing and Feeling Music in the Early Modern Playhouse, Room B18, Malet Street, 6.30 pm We are delighted to be able to welcome our former committee member, Dr Simon Smith, back to Birkbeck to give our next lecture. Dr Simon Smith did his PhD at [...]

Birkbeck Early Modern Society Student Conference: Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period

Saturday, January 17th, 2015

Saturday 21 February 2015 43 Gordon Square, Room B04 1.00-1.30 Registration, welcome from Becky Tomlin, President, Birkbeck Early Modern Society 1.30-3.00 Panel 1: Daily Bread a. Dr Steve Cornish, Birkbeck Alumnus, Nutritional Status and the Built Environment. b. Zoe Hudson, PhD Candidate (2nd year) Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, The University of Kent, [...]

Dr Susan Anderson, Representing Early Modern Disability, 16 Jan

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Dr Susan Anderson, Representing Early Modern Disability, January 16, Birkbeck, room 101, 30 Russell Square, 6.30 pm Members free (membership £7), non-members £4 Susan Anderson is Senior Lecturer in English at Leeds Trinity University. Her research concentrates on interdisciplinary approaches to performance in early modern drama and spectacle. She has published widely on a range [...]

Birkbeck Early Modern Society Events, 2015

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Some dates for your diaries: Birkbeck Early Modern Society Events for Spring and Summer 2015! All meetings begin at 6.30 at Birkbeck, venues to be confirmed, please email bbkems@gmail.com or check back here at the Intelligencer for more information. 16 January 2015: Dr Susan Anderson, Leeds Trinity, Representing Early Modern Disability, Room 101, 30 Russell [...]

2014 Barry Coward Memorial Lecture 12 December 2014

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

This year’s Barry Coward Memorial Lecture will be given by Professor Bernard Capp, University of Warwick on 12 December 2014. Professor Capp’s lecture is entitled ‘My Brother’s Keeper?’: siblings and their families in early modern England’. For more information on Professor Capp please see http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/people/staff_index/bcapp/ The lecture will be held at Birkbeck, Malet Street, room [...]

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