The Forward early modern social history symposium provides an opportunity for postgraduates and established academics to discuss aspects of their research.
‘Conflict and Authority in Early Modern Britain’ aims to encourage considerations of, and reasons behind, the many and varied forms of conflict during the early modern period. A broad interpretation of the rubric could include, but is not limited to, themes such as social breakdown; gender crises; sexual deviance; crime and punishment; war; rioting; religious dissent; sub-cultures; and revolution.
We are pleased to announce that the keynote speaker will be Dr Elizabeth Foyster (Clare College, Cambridge). Proposals of 300 words are invited from postgraduates.
The symposium will take place on Wednesday 22nd February 2006 at Nottingham Trent University.
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