Date / time
16 October - 31 May, 5:15 pm
Institute of Historical Research European History Seminar, 1500-1800
Convenors: Philip Broadhead, Silvia Evangelisti, Joël Félix, Filippo de Vivo, JohnHenderson, Kat Hill, Julian Swann
Mondays at 17.15,Past & Present Room, IHR Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
16 October 2017: Martin Christ (Oxford), ‘Religious Toleration and Confessional Coexistence in Early Modern Central Europe’.
30 October 2017: Stefan Hanss (Cambridge), ‘Lepanto, the Event: Decentering the History of the Battle of Lepanto (1571)’.
13 November 2017: Adrianna Catena (Warwick), ‘New Materials, Old Conflicts: The Craft of Dyeing in 16th Century Spain’.
27 November 2017: Roisin Watson (KCL), ‘The image question in Reformation Württemberg’.
11 December 2017: Cecilia Tarruell (Oxford) ‘The settlement of Islamic migrants in the Spanish Empire during the 16th and 17th centuries’.
8 January 2018: TBC
22 January 2018: Virginia Cox (NYU), ‘An Unknown Early Modern New World Epic: Girolamo Vecchietti’s Delle prodezze di Ferrante Cortese (1587-88)’.
5 February 2018: Giulia Calvi (Siena/EUI), ‘Healing, translating, collecting. Doctor Michelangelo Tilli in the Ottoman Empire (1683-1688)’.
19 February 2018: Silvia de Renzi (Open University), ‘What does it smell of? Identifying drugs and explaining scents in seventeenth-century Rome’.
5 March 2018: Philip Broadhead (University of the Arts), title to be confirmed
April/May 2018: date to be confirmed, Sudhir Hazareesingh (Oxford), with Modern French Seminar