Corporate History Seminar, 1500-1800, Programme Jan – June 2016

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Date / time: 19 January - 7 June, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, University of London

Corporate History Seminar, 1500-1800, Programme Jan - June 2016

All meetings will be held in Room 304 upstairs at the Institute of Historical Research from 3 – 4.30pm on the following Tuesdays

19 January 2016: Emily Mann (Courtauld Institute) – “‘Like a noble Fabrick’: Company and Fort in Bermuda, Africa, and India”

23 February: Philip Stern (Duke University) – TBC

3 March: Helen Paul (University of Southampton) – “The East India Company and Naval Convoying in the Long Eighteenth Century”

15 March: Sarah Ann Milne (University of Westminster) – “Houses fit for Office: The Corporate Spaces of the Drapers’ Company in Early Modern London”

29 March: Felicity Stout (University of Sheffield) – “Corruption and Commonwealth in the Early Muscovy Company”

10 May: Martine Van Ittersum (University of Dundee) – “‘We request that Your Honor assist the Company with your labours:’ Hugo Grotius and the Dutch East India Company, 1604-1645”

24 May: Guido Van Meersbergen (European University Institute) – “Governing Others in 17th-Century Company Settlements: Comparing Madras and Colombo”

7 June: Gabriel Glickman (University of Cambridge) – “Commerce, Catholicism and the Irish Interest in the Restoration Empire”