Stereotypes and History
The Dynamics of Laudian Anti-Puritanism
From Anti-Popery and Anti-Puritanism to Orientalism
William J. Bulman
History, Lehigh University
Sin and Sea Coal: Smoke as Urban Life in Early Modern London
From Spira to Spinoza Sinicus: constructions of atheism and the politics of religion
History of Ideas, Royal Holloway, London
Religious and National Stereotyping in Seventeenth-Century England
History, Brown University
‘Trade, Technology and Inventors’ Identity in the Early Royal Society’
History of Science, Sussex
“We poor Inglish perish”: The Economic Threat of the Foreigner in Early Modern England
History, Birkbeck, University of London
Early modern papers will be followed by comments from a range of scholars, many working on more recent ‘fieldworks’.
Martin Bauer (Science Studies, LSE)
Comments based on his studies of science in the public sphere
Susan Condor (Social Psychology, Loughborough)
Comments based on her studies of modern British identities
Denis Hilton (Psychology, Toulouse II)
Comments drawing on his study of innovation and entrepreneurship
Becky Taylor (C20 History, Birkbeck)
Comments based on her expertise on the state, marginality and travelling people in C20 Britain.
Wolfgang Wagner (Psychology, Kepler University of Lintzs)
Comments based on his expertise in public understanding of science and technology
Brady Wagoner (Psychology, Aalborg)
Comments drawing on his fieldwork on ‘Arab Spring’
Abigail Woods (History of Medicine and Technology, KCL)
Comments based on her expertise on medicine, human and agricultural science in C20 Britain.
Andy Wood (Early Modern History, Durham)
Comments based on his early modern archival research and conceptual engagement with social sciences.
Chaired by Lucy Delap ( History and Policy Unit, KCL)
‘Stereotyping and the Negotiation of Power: Past, Present and Future’
A full programme will be announced nearer the date.