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
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
Après-seminar: All are warmly invited to drinks/dinner at local restaurant, with pegged charge of £15 per head for postgrads and immediate postdocs.
Legacies of British Slave-Ownership in the Long Eighteenth Century
Nick Draper (University College London)
Please note: this seminar is held in the Torrington Room, 104 (South Block), Senate House.
Becoming Disabled: Narrative, Emotion and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England
David Turner (Swansea University)
Please note: this seminar is held in the Bloomsbury Room, G35 (South Block), Senate House.
'At first nothing could be more shocking': the Impact of the Act for Burying in Woollen
Alice Dolan (University of Hertfordshire)
Followed by Seminar Summer Party in the sunken garden off Malet Street, WC1 - entrance via main gates, opposite Senate House. In the event of inclement weather, a room inside Senate House will be available.
Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry
Jason Kelly (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)