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
He was both times as blank, & mute as a fish: the performative polemics of Richard Baxter and John Tombes
Alison Searle (Sydney)
Meretricious musick and tossing of tennis balles: why did the Puritans find it so hard to argue their case at Hampton Court in 1604?
Mark Byford (London)
Joint Meeting with the Friends of Lambeth Palace Library in the Great Hall at Lambeth Palace, London, SE1 7JU, starting at 17:30, to mark the posthumous publication of Brett Usher's Lord Burghley and Episcopacy 1577-1603
Laud and Scotland
Leonie James (Kent)
Rethinking religious violence in Ireland, 1641-1660
Joan Redmond (Cambridge)
A Catholic "Mock-Poem" and its Protestant readers: the reception of an early eighteenth-century English Catholic book
Kendra Packham (Oxford)