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Oxford University offers unparallelled resources for the study of early modern English literature and has the world's largest concentration of specialists in this field. Based in the English Faculty, the Centre for Early Modern Studies serves as a central forum for research, conferences and graduate study, and aims to encourage collaboration across a wide range of related disciplines.

Trinity Term 2015

Seminar details may be found on the Current events page.

Week 6

Wednesday 3 June

‪Early Modern Graduate Forum Editing Session

Professor Daniel Carey (NUI Galway), 'To Edit the Editor: Richard Hakluyt and the Challenge of Producing a Critical Edition of the Principal Navigations ‪(1598-1600)' 6.15pm, in the Lady Brodie Room, St Hilda's College

Oxford Seminar in the History of Alchemy and Chemistry: 17th-18th Century Chemistry

Chair: Margaret Pelling (Oxford)
Anna Marie Roos (Lincoln), 'The Chymistry of Francis Willughby (1635-1672): the Trinity College, Cambridge Community'
Michael Bycroft (Warwick), 'Alchemy, Art and Electricity: Research on Gems at the Académie Royale des Sciences, c. 1700-1750' 3pm, Maison Française d'Oxford

Thursday 4 June

Religion in the British Isles 1400-1700: a graduate seminar

Dr Ian Campbell, Queen’s University Belfast, ‘Archbishop James Ussher and Kingship in the Three Stuart Kingdoms’
5pm, Gibbs Room, Keble College (in the basement of the Warden’s Lodging: access via the main entrance of the College and Porters’ Lodge, Keble Road).

Seminars in the next seven days

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