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Sandars Lectures 2016

Cambridge University

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Sandars Lectures 2016

Sandars Lectures 2016

Cambridge University

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3 Adam Winthrop: History as Resource

In his third lecture, Professor Grafton studies the layered reading practices of Adam Winthrop and the many generations of the Winthrop family from England to America.

67 MIN2016 JAN 29
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3 Adam Winthrop: History as Resource

2 Matthew Parker: History as Archive

In his second lecture, Professor Grafton analyses what Matthew Parker (1504-1575) might have thought he was doing while he was in the process of compiling what is now known as the Parker Library, and counsels caution with retrospective interpretation. He shows how conceived of his printed books as the primary outcome of his project, while the manuscript collections were deemed fragile and unstatic, and how these printed books were understood as archives at the time.

61 MIN2016 JAN 29
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2 Matthew Parker: History as Archive

1 John Caius: History as Argument

In his first lecture, Professor Grafton analyses the reading practices of John Caius (1510-1573) and highlights Caius's adoption of the annal tradition and of renewing documents.

64 MIN2016 JAN 29
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1 John Caius: History as Argument
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Latest Episodes

3 Adam Winthrop: History as Resource

In his third lecture, Professor Grafton studies the layered reading practices of Adam Winthrop and the many generations of the Winthrop family from England to America.

67 MIN2016 JAN 29
Comments
3 Adam Winthrop: History as Resource

2 Matthew Parker: History as Archive

In his second lecture, Professor Grafton analyses what Matthew Parker (1504-1575) might have thought he was doing while he was in the process of compiling what is now known as the Parker Library, and counsels caution with retrospective interpretation. He shows how conceived of his printed books as the primary outcome of his project, while the manuscript collections were deemed fragile and unstatic, and how these printed books were understood as archives at the time.

61 MIN2016 JAN 29
Comments
2 Matthew Parker: History as Archive

1 John Caius: History as Argument

In his first lecture, Professor Grafton analyses the reading practices of John Caius (1510-1573) and highlights Caius's adoption of the annal tradition and of renewing documents.

64 MIN2016 JAN 29
Comments
1 John Caius: History as Argument
the END
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