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Next Week: : “Instruments of Influence: the harp and female musical patronage at the late eighteenth-century French Court of Marie-Antoinette”

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THIS WEDNESDAY: “Instruments of Learning: guitar playing and music education 1750-1850”

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C18th Literature and Culture Seminar Hilary 2018

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THIS WEDNESDAY: Dr. Elizabeth Ford, ‘Instruments of Status: The flute in eighteenth century Scotland’, 1-2pm at the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments, Faculty of Music, St. Aldates

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THIS WEDNESDAY: Francis Knights, ‘Instruments of Emancipation: The changing uses and roles of keyboards in the eighteenth century’, 1-2pm at the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments, Faculty of Music, St. Aldates

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Review of our first ‘Instruments of the Eighteenth Century’ seminar

The next seminar in this series will take place on Wednesday 8th November, 1-2pm at the Bate Collection (St Aldates, Oxford), and will see Francis Knights (Director of Music, Fitzwillam College, Cambridge) speaking about keyboard instruments under the title ‘Instruments … Continue reading

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THIS THURSDAY: Join us for the RECSO Poster Evening (7-9pm, Colin Matthew Room, Radcliffe Humanities)

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2017 Besterman Lecture: David Wootton, ‘Adam Smith: poverty and famine’

The 2017 Besterman Lecture will take place on Thursday, 18 May 2017 (Fourth Week) at 5.15 p.m. in the Queen’s College Shulman Auditorium. David Wootton (Anniversary Professor of History, University of York) will speak on the theme of ‘Adam Smith: … Continue reading

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POSTER DISPLAY SESSION

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GRADUATE SEMINAR IN HISTORY 1680-1850 Hilary Term 2017

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