Archive for the 'Birkbeck Early Modern Society Events' Category

Medieval Giants in Early Modern London

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Our next event 5 June 2015, Dr Alixe Bovey, Medieval Giants in Early Modern London Birkbeck, Malet Street, Room B18, 6.30 pm, members free (membership £7), non members £4 We are delighted to welcome Dr Alixe Bovey to Birkbeck to speak on this fascinating topic. Dr Alixe Bovey is the Head of Research at the […]

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Friday, May 1st, 2015

8 May 2015, Dr Linda Grant, From pornographic sparrows to Nashe’s dildo: Exploring the erotic in early modern literature Birkbeck, Room 101, 30 Russell Square 6.30 pm, members free (membership £7), non members £4   We are delighted to welcome Dr Linda Grant to Birkbeck to speak on the erotic in early modern literature.   Don’t […]

Our Next Event!

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Our next event will be a talk by Dr Philip Mansel on Louis XIV and Nationalism, Birkbeck on Friday 17 April, Room 417, Malet Street at 6.30 to be followed by drinks. For more information about Dr Mansel please see his website http://www.philipmansel.com/ You do not have to be a Birkbeck Student to attend this […]

Our Next Event: Dr William Pettigrew, The Royal African Company & the Development of the English Slave Trade, 6 March 2015

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

We are delighted to announce that Dr William Pettigrew, University of Kent, will present our next lecture. Dr Pettigrew will talk to us about The Royal African Company and the Development of the English Slave Trade, c 1670-1750 to be followed by drinks. The talk will take place on 6 March, at 6.30 pm in […]

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 […]

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