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Birkbeck Early Modern Society’s 8th Student Conference: Call for Papers

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

‘Feast or Famine in the Early Modern Period’ Birkbeck Early Modern Society is pleased to announce its 8th annual student conference on the theme of ‘Feast and Famine in the Early Modern Period’ to take place on Saturday 21 February 2015. This conference provides an ideal forum to showcase student research. We are interested in [...]

Our First Event of the New Academic Year

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Our first speaker for the year is Dr Brodie Waddell, who some of you may know from the Birkbeck history department. Brodie is giving what promises to be a fascinating paper, on the subject of ‘The Glorious Revolution and its aftermath: the view from below, 1685-1702.’ 10 October, please note that this will not be [...]

Forthcoming Birkbeck Early Modern Society Events

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Our forthcoming events for 2014 and into 2015 Please check back for more details 10 October 2014, 6.30 start Brodie Waddell Birkbeck Gordon Square, rm. B04 ‘The Glorious Revolution and its Aftermath: The View from Below, 1685-1702′ 6 November 2014, 6.30 start Susan Doran University of Oxford venue tbc ‘Did Elizabeth’s Gender Matter?’ 12 December [...]

Barry Coward Memorial Lecture 2014

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Ann Hughes, ‘Going to Sermons in Revolutionary England’ Friday 13 June 2014 We are delighted to welcome Ann Hughes, Professor of Early Modern History, Keele University who will present the 2014 Barry Coward Memorial Lecture. Professor Hughes will be speaking on ‘Going to Sermons in Revolutionary England’. Professor Hughes is a historian of early modern [...]

Dr Angela McShane, V&A, ‘How Happy’s the State where no Discord is Breeding?’

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

The Politipop of Seventeenth Century England Friday 23 May at Birkbeck room MAL G16 at 6.30 We are pleased to welcome back Dr Angela McShane from the V&A. Dr McShane has kindly given us a abstract to whet your appetite: In the fraught and divided religious and political landscape of seventeenth-century England, Protestant balladeers and [...]

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