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British History in the Long 18th Century Seminar

We provide a forum for debate on all aspects of research into the history of Britain and associated regions during the long eighteenth century, unconstrained thematically and methodologically.

Venue
The seminar meets on alternate Wednesdays during term at 5.15 pm, usually in Wolfson Room I, in the basement of the Institute of Historical Research. The IHR and the Wolfson Room are fully accessible.
Time
Wednesdays 17:15
Convenors
Arthur Burns (King’s College London), Penelope J. Corfield (Royal Holloway, London); Margot Finn (University College London) Amanda Goodrich (Open University), Tim Hitchcock (University of Sussex), Sarah Lloyd (University of Hertfordshire), with post-doctoral reps Joseph Cozens (UCL), Sally Holloway (Oxford Brookes University), Gillian Williamson (Independent Scholar), and PG representatives Miranda Reading (King's College, London) and Esther Brot (King’s College London).

About the seminar

Arrangements for Term 3 (Summer 2020)

To register for the seminar on the 15th July, please use the book now button on the registration page. Once your registration has been completed, you will receive a confirmation email that contains a link to the meeting.

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