Past Events

2019

24 January

Giacomo Giudici (Warburg Institute), “Deploying Paper as a Performance of Power: The Sforza, Dukes of Milan (1450-1535)”

Andrew Chen (Cambridge, History of Art),’ An Italian Friar’s Problem with Images, ca. 1500′

2018

14 December

Lucia Staiano-Daniels

Helen Kemp

15 November

Jaap Geraerts (Center for Editing Lives and Letters, UCL), ‘Sacred space in the Dutch Republic: Catholics and their churches’

27 September

shorter pieces workshop: book proposals, etc.

19 October

Solene Rivoal

Anna Gialdini

23rd July

Matthew Champion (History, Birkbeck) on Erasmus’s bells

9th May

Lyndal Roper (History, Oxford) on Luther and the Jews

25th April

Joan Redmond (History, KCL) on conversion and the 1641 Irish Rebellion

Jess Balls (History, PhD candidate, UEA) on air pollution and sensory impairment in eighteenth-century London

1st February

Regine Maritz (History, DHI Paris) on Sibylla von Anhalt and Friedrich of Württemberg (m. 1581-1608)

2017

23rd November

Allison Stielau (History of Art, UCL) on Anabaptist currency

24th October

Tom Töelle (PhD Candidate, History, Princeton) on royal frailty at the court of Charles II of Spain

22nd September

Hannah Murphy (History, Renaissance Skin, KCL) on artisanal culture in Nuremberg

Goal-setting Workshop

17th August

Kat Hill (History, Birkbeck) on mapping Lutheran memory

21st June

Róisín Watson (History, Leibniz-Institut für europäische Geschichte) on contemplation in seventeenth-century Germany