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Second plenary: Professor Peter Lake

We are delighted to announce that Professor Peter Lake (Vanderbilt) will be giving a plenary lecture on the second day of the conference. He will be speaking about “The Dynamics of Laudian Anti-puritanism”. There are a limited number of places available … Continue reading

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A Tour of the Senate House Library Special Collection

We are pleased to announce an exciting line-up for the tour of the Senate House Library Historic Collections, scheduled on Tuesday 17th! Philip Abraham (KCL); William Bulman, (Lehigh);  Joseph Lane (LSE); Jordan Landes (Senate House Library); Emma Pauncefort (UCL) will be speaking about how their … Continue reading

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Peter Lake’s plenary lecture

We are delighted to announce that Professor Peter Lake will present a second plenary lecture on Tuesday 17 June.  He will be presenting on The Dynamics of Laudian Anti-Puritanism.

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Registration now open; paper titles updated

The registration for the conference is now open! Places are limited. Please visit this page to register.  A list of papers and comments are now available here.

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Stereotyping in early modern British public sphere: History as Fieldwork

This two-day conference seeks to explore patterns of stereotyping in early modern British public spheres and how they influenced the negotiation of power across different spheres of life. To do this, the conference invites you to think of early modern … Continue reading

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