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Birkbeck Early Modern Society Bulletin 20

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

The 20th Issue of the Birkbeck Early Modern Society’s official journal, the Bulletin – and the last under the red pen of our long standing Editor, John Croxon – is available now. Some members may remember the early editions of the Bulletin – they were handed out at our events on whatever paper we could […]

Bulletin No. 19 and an Invitation

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

The Birkbeck Early Modern Society Summer Bulletin is here! This issue travels widely in space and time. It features articles about visits by: Timothy Alves who takes us on a tour of the tombs, shrines, courtyards, and monuments of early modern India in ‘A Brief Guide to Mughal Architecture’ and John Croxon who stays closer […]

Bulletin No. 18 is Here!

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

The latest edition of our official journal, The Bulletin, is out now. Our Spring 2011 issue features: An obituary for Professor Barry Coward by John Croxon John Croxon’s visit to Mister Lovell Hall in Oxfordshire (with some lovely photos!) John Croxon’s review of The Rivals (directed by Peter Hall ) at the Haymarket Theatre Timothy […]

Bulletin No. 17 – Out now!

Monday, January 10th, 2011

It’s Birkbeck Early Modern Society Winter Bulletin! In this issue John Croxon experiences the riches of early modern culture in Vienna, Timothy Alves reviews Salvator Rosa at Dulwich, and Karen Baston reports on several Scottish things (and one London exhibition). You’ll also find reports on our recent events (lectures by Andrew Hopper and David Starkey), […]

Bulletin 16: Out now!

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

The latest issue of our official journal The Bulletin is here: This issue features: John Croxon’s visit to the moated grandeur of Baddesley Clinton. Timothy Alves reviews Henry VIII and John Croxon reviews Anne Boleyn both at the Globe. John Croxon looks at pictures relating to English history in ‘Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey’ at […]

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