History seminars at the IHR

Religious History of Britain 1500-1800

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

Venue: Montague Room G26, Ground floor, Senate House,unlessotherwise stated

Time: Tuesday, 5.15pm

Spring Term 2014
DateSeminar details
1 April Revolt Against Jehoram: How Thomas Scott Went from 'Prodromus Vindictae' to 'Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos' in 1626

Professor Tom Cogswell (UC Riverside)

Venue: Bedford Room G37, Ground floor, Senate House

Summer Term 2014
DateSeminar details
6 May Reformation Catholicism and the English Bible

Lucy Wooding (King's College London)

20 May Aaron's Rod Blossoming? "Erastianism" and Clericalism in the Debate on Church Government in the 1640s and 1650s

Elliot Vernon (barrister)

Venue: Bedford Room G37, Ground floor, Senate House

3 June Popular Disputation and the Reformation in Canterbury, 1533-1553

Stuart Palmer (Kent)

17 June An ancient zealous gospeller ... desirous to do anything to the common good: the printer Edward Whitchurch and the reformist cause in Marian and Elizabethan England

Scott Lucas (The Citadel, South Carolina)