History seminars at the IHR
British History in the Long 18th Century
Sponsored by Mark Storey
Convenors: Arthur Burns (KCL), Penelope J. Corfield (RHUL), Amanda Goodrich (OU), Leonie Hannan (UCL), Tim Hitchcock (Hertfordshire), Sarah Lloyd (Hertfordshire), Sally Holloway (Historic Royal Palaces) (post-doc convenor); Joseph Cozens (University of Essex) and Robert Rock (University of Hertfordshire) (PhD student convenors).
Seminar administrator: Gillian Williamson(firstname.lastname@example.org)
For general enquiries about the seminar please contact Gillian Williamson or Penelope Corfield on email@example.com . If you wish to give a paper at the seminar please contact Amanda Goodrich on Amanda.Goodrich@open.ac.uk.
Venue: Wolfson Room I unless otherwise stated.
Time: Wednesday, 5.15pm
Podcasts available on-line: http://historyspot.org.uk/podcasts/british-history-long-18th-century
'This shall control the Female Pow'r/And fix the British Crown secure': Women, politics and the 1723 oaths to George I
Edward Vallance (University of Roehampton)
Metropolitan London Elections 1700-1832: Proto-Democracy in Action
Panel; Penelope Corfield (Royal Holloway, University of London) and Edmund Green (Newcastle University);
Joint Seminar with Metropolitan History Seminar
'Lightning Talks' 3 minute presentations by early PhD students
Digital Humanities Project, 'Mapping Eighteenth-Century Tourism in the English Lakes'
Ian Gregory and Chris Donaldson (Lancaster University)
Joint Seminar with Digital History Seminar
Rabbits, Whigs and Hunters: Rethinking Mary Toft's Monstrous Births of 1726
Karen Harvey (University of Sheffield)