The seminar will meet weekly, on Wednesdays at 5 p.m., in the Turl Yard Lecture Room, Lincoln College (ask at the college lodge for directions), except in 4th week when we will meet in the Rothermere American Institute on a Tuesday at 4 p.m. In weeks 1-3, 5-8, tea and coffee will be served from 4.45pm. All research students working in this period are encouraged to attend; anyone else interested is also very welcome.
11 Oct. (week 1) Introductory party
18 Oct. (week 2) Lucy Dow (National Maritime Museum) ‘The liquid measure is here given in Scotch; but it can in a minute be reduced into English’: Scottish and English Cookery Books and the Idea of the Nation in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century Britain.
25 Oct. (week 3) Hamish Roberts (St. Antony’s) Changing Understandings of Time in Late Eighteenth-century Britain: Richard Price, Doctrine, and Revolution
31 Oct. (week 4) Joint Session with the USA History Seminar to be held in seminar room 2/3 at the Rothermere American Institute, starting at 4 p.m.
George Van Cleve (Seattle): The Birth of the American Empire: The Articles of Confederation and the Road to the Constitution
8 Nov. (week 5) Deb Oxley (All Souls) The Digital Panopticon: The Global Impact of London Punishments
15 Nov. (week 6) Lydia Hamlett (Cambridge) Myth-making and Mural Painting in Britain, 1680-1730
22 Nov. (week 7) Hamish Scott (Jesus) The British “Fiscal-Military” State after Thirty Years
29 Nov. (week 8) George Artley (Lincoln) No Longer The King’s Bench? Sir John Holt, the Common Law, and the Impact of the Glorious Revolution
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J. Innes (Somerville), B. Harris (Worcester); S. Skinner (Balliol); O. Cox (TORCH); P. Gauci (Lincoln)