Early Modern and Reformation Seminar Programme

 

Semester 2, 2016-17

Seminars take place at 5.15 in the New Seminar Room, St John’s House, 69 South Street, unless otherwise specified

2 February
Renaud Morieux (Cambridge)
‘The Forced Migrations of Prisoners of War in the Eighteenth Century’.

16 February
Katherine Hill (University of East Anglia)
‘Material Cultures of Memory and Migration in the Reformation World’.

29 March
Phil Haberkern (Boston University)
‘Was the Bohemian Reformation a Failure?’, 1.15 (lunch provided), New Seminar Room, St John’s House

30 March
Emily Michelson (St Andrews)
‘Old Foes and New Saints in Early Modern Rome’.  

13 April
David Onnekink (Utrecht)
'Europe and Christendom in early modern diplomatic discourse'.

27 April
Ian Bradley and Douglas Galbraith (St Andrews)
‘Singing the Protestant Faith: the Musical Legacy of the Reformation’, 5.15, Senior Common Room, St Mary’s College, to be followed by a reception in St John’s House