Future Lectures & Seminars

Sensory Experiences Seminar

Event Date: 
05 Dec 2019

6pm Montague Room, Senate House. You can register for the event here.

http://www.open.ac.uk/arts/research/medieval-and-early-modern-research/s...

Rachel Willie (LJMU), 'Knowledge is increased especially by hearing, reading, and conferring’: Sensing words

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe Seminar Series

Event Date: 
29 Jan 2020

29 January

HAMISH SCOTT (Jesus College, Oxford): History, Memory and the Making of the European Aristocracy

CATRIONA SETH (All Souls College, Oxford): Lost and Found. Some Reflections on 18th-Century Foundling Archives

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe Seminar Series

Event Date: 
10 Feb 2020

26 February

DIANA BERRUEZO-SÁNCHEZ (Balliol College, Oxford): Learning Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Spanish Ethnic Villancicos

EMMA SPARY (University of Cambridge): Quinquina in Favour at the Court of Louis XIV

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe Seminar Series

Event Date: 
26 Feb 2020

26 February

DIANA BERRUEZO-SÁNCHEZ (Balliol College, Oxford): Learning Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Spanish Ethnic Villancicos

EMMA SPARY (University of Cambridge): Quinquina in Favour at the Court of Louis XIV

The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern Europe Seminar Series

Event Date: 
11 Mar 2020

11 March

DAVID LINES (University of Warwick): Renaissance Aristotelianism and the Problem of Publics between Latin and Vernacular

DORINE ROUILLER (Swiss National Science Foundation/Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford): Erasmus, Citizen of the—or of a—World?

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