History seminars at the IHR
British History in the 17th Century
Convenors: Dr Jason Peacey (UCL): Dr Laura Stewart (Birkbeck): Professor Justin Champion (RHUL): Dr Ariel Hessayon (Goldsmiths)
Venue: North American History Room, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House
Time: Thursday, 5.15pm
Following the seminars, everyone will be invited to join us for drinks in a local bar and then for dinner.
`The Huguenots in later Stuart Britain'
Robin Gwynn (Massey)
`Enthusiasm revived: the case of the French prophets in late Stuart England'
Lionel Laborie (Goldsmiths)
"If this be not represented, all your laws will signify nothing": politics and the lapse of licensing in 1679'
Mike Cressy (Durham)
"I was no master of this work, but a servant to it"? William Laud, Charles I and the making of Scottish ecclesiastical policy, 1634-6'
Leonie James (Kent)
"That soft pernicious tenderness that restrains the hand of justice": elite and popular attitudes to currency crime in the financial revolution
David Blaazer (Canberra)
"They want the assistance of all charitable people": Transnational lobbying and English aid for foreign Protestants, 1690-1697'
Catherine Arnold (Yale)