The Eighteenth-Century Seminar is a post-graduate seminar, sponsored by the Faculty of History at the University of Cambridge, aiming to explore topics of shared interest to historians (and the historically-minded) with diverse specialisations and sensibilities who work on the eighteenth century.
12 May 2015 ‘The American Stamp Act Crisis in Global Context’
Steven Pincus (Yale University)
Gardner Room, Front Court, Emmanuel College
The seminar meets on Tuesdays at 5pm, at Emmanuel College.
The Easter Term timetable for the English Faculty’s Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Seminar is also available here.
‘At Home’: Exploring Eighteenth-Century Domestic Space
RECSO Study Day
13 June 2015, Oxford University
RECSO – Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Studies Oxford – in collaboration with by Dr Karen Lipsedge (Kingston University), TORCH, and the InHabit Seminar, are hosting a study day which will explore domestic space from an interdisciplinary perspective, tracing the vital significance of the home in art, design, architecture, literature, culture and social politics in the long eighteenth century.
The day is free to attend and will include lunch, tea, and a drinks reception. The day will conclude with a separate, optional dinner with the speakers, at which space will be limited.
Click here for details of how to book a place and for a full programme of the day.