The Institute for Historical Research will once again be hosting our seminar series during the coming academic year.
Meetings take place at the IHR in the Room 304 from 3 – 4.30pm.
31 October 2017: Timon Screech (SOAS), ‘Corporate practice in Japanese painting’ N. B. This seminar begins at 3.15.
14 November: Anne Murphy (Herts), ‘Guarding the Guardian of Public Credit: managing security at the late-eighteenth-century Bank of England’
28 November: Karolina Hutkova (LSE), ‘The English East India Company and the venture to Bengal raw silk production’
12 December: Noah Moxham (Kent), ‘Science Incorporated: the Royal Society as a London knowledge community’
16 January 2018: Tom Leng (Sheffield), ‘The demise of the Merchant Adventurers of England’
30 January: John Carrigy (NUI, Galway), ‘John Dee and Elizabethan empire’
27 February: Jonathan Healey (Oxford), ‘The local history of the English state’
13 March: Sam Ellis (Leeds), ‘Contractors as intermediaries in Eighteenth Century East India Company encounters with the Himalayas’
8 May: Lisa Hellman (Berlin), ‘Shackled connections: Knowledge circulation in eighteenth-century Central Asia’
15 May: Alison Bennett (UCL / British Museum), ‘Shifting patterns of engagement with East African culture, 1880-1940’
22 May: Maria Fusaro (Exeter), ‘The role of maritime employment in the development of English political economy’
Will Pettigrew, Kent
Liam Haydon, Kent
Aske Laursen Brock, Kent
Please contact Will Pettigrew (email@example.com) to confirm your interest or with any questions.