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British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar for the Institute of Historical Research
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Ed Legon, Historic Royal Palaces/Kings College London Chair: Tim Reinke-Williams
Institute of Historical Research The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century Philippa Mapes (University of Leicester) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century Stéphane Jettot (University of Paris-Sorbonne) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century Rosemary Sweet, Helen Bates and Emma Purcell (University of Leicester) Brit...
Institute of Historical Research The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography Stephen Boyd Davis (Royal College of Art) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century Kate Davison (University of Sheffield) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780 Naomi Tadmor (University of Lancaster) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy Sara Slinn (University of Lincoln) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805 Margaret Bird (Royal Holloway, University of London) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar ...
Institute of Historical Research Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry Dr Jason Kelly (Indiana University - Purdue University) British History in the Long EIghteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research 'At first nothing could be more shocking': the Impact of the Act for Burying in Woollen Alice Dolan (University of Hertfordshire) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Becoming Disabled: Narrative, Emotion and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England Professor David Turner (Swansea University) British HIstory in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Legacies of British Slave-Ownership in the Long Eighteenth Century Dr Nick Draper (University College London) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Disordered London? The view from Rosemary Lane Dr Janice Turner (University of Hertfordshire) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research William Hazlitt's Radical Faith Kevin Gilmartin Hazlitt (Caltech/University of York) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Rabbits, Whigs and Hunters: Rethinking Mary Toft's Monstrous Births of 1726 Dr Karen Harvey (University of Sheffield) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series
Institute of Historical Research 'Lightning Talks' 3 minute presentations by early PhD students Kathleen Reynolds (Durham University) Anna Field (Cardiff University) Emma Purcell (University of Leicester) Daniel Reed (Oxford Brookes ...
(three minute papers from early PhD students) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar Institute of Historical Research 30 October 2013
Institute of Historical Research 'Female agony and visionary experience: Jane Lead (1624-1704), her last days and its impact upon the Philadelphian Society, c.1697-1704' Ariel Hessayon (Goldsmiths) British History in the Long Eighteenth Centu...
Institute of Historical Research Loose, Idle and Disorderly: Vagrant Removal in Late Eighteenth-Century Middlesex Tim Hitchcock (Herts), Adam Crymble (KCL) and Louise Falcini (Reading) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar ser...
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