The recent publication of Roger Morrice's Entring Book was an important milestone in the study of late seventeenth century Britain. This one-day workshop is designed to assess the impact of the Entring Book on the study of the period.
Proposals for papers of 20-30 minutes duration are invited from scholars of the period who have worked or are working on the Entring Book, and from those who have not yet worked on the Entring Book but whose research interests may throw significant new light on our understanding of the text.
It is hoped that this will be the first of a number of semi-regular workshops which will sketch possible directions for future research into the later Stuart period.
Short proposals for papers to be presented at the workshop should be e-mailed to either Jason McElligott at Oxford or Mark Goldie at Cambridge
Those who do not wish to present a paper but would like to book a place at the workshop should contact the organisers as soon as possible, as the number of places available is limited.
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