The Forward early modern social history symposium provides an opportunity for postgraduates and academics to discuss their research.
‘Sex and the City’ aims to encourage considerations of interpersonal relations in Britain during the early modern period. Topics to be explored could include, but are not limited to, urban/rural comparative studies, homosexuality, bisexuality, infertility, courtship, place and space, lewd and bawdy texts/images, clothing and appearance, venereal disease, voyeurism and pornography, religious attitudes to sexual conduct.
We are please to announce that Dr Martin Ingram (Brasenose College, Oxford) will be addressing as keynote speaker.
Proposal of 300 words are invited, and should be recevied no later than Wednesday 20 September.
The symposium will take place at Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Campus, on Wednesday 25 October 2006.
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