History seminars at the IHR

Religious History of Britain 1500-1800

Convenors: David Crankshaw (KCL), Liz Evenden (Harvard University), Kenneth Fincham (University of Kent), Andrew Foster (University of Kent), Tom Freeman (University of Essex), Susan Hardman Moore (University of Edinburgh), Arnold Hunt (British Library), Nicholas Tyacke (UCL)

Venue: Wolfson Room II, IHR basement, unless otherwise noted in the programme, below.

Time: Tuesday, 5.15pm

Summer Term 2016
DateSeminar details
26 April Commerce and confession in the Marian book trade

Katie Forsyth (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge)


10 May Reformation and Turkish threat in Elizabethan England: the "Turke" and John Foxe's polemic against the Roman Catholic Church

Christopher Toenjes (Freiburg)


24 May How re-established was the Church of England by 1663?

Tom Reid (Kent)


7 June Talking toleration: speech, silence and religious coexistence in early modern England

Alex Walsham (Trinity College, Cambridge)


21 June Learning to be protestant in a Dublin gaol, 1640

Peter Lake (Vanderbilt)