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British History in the Long Eighteenth Century

School of Advanced Study, University of London

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British History in the Long Eighteenth Century

British History in the Long Eighteenth Century

School of Advanced Study, University of London

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British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar for the Institute of Historical Research

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Seditious memories across generations: remembering the British Revolutions, 1660-88

Ed Legon, Historic Royal Palaces/Kings College London Chair: Tim Reinke-Williams

47 MIN2017 DEC 13
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Seditious memories across generations: remembering the British Revolutions, 1660-88

The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century Philippa Mapes (University of Leicester) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

45 MIN2017 MAR 1
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The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century

An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century Stéphane Jettot (University of Paris-Sorbonne) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

60 MIN2017 FEB 15
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An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century

Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century Rosemary Sweet, Helen Bates and Emma Purcell (University of Leicester) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

63 MIN2016 OCT 12
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Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century

The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography

Institute of Historical Research The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography Stephen Boyd Davis (Royal College of Art) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

44 MIN2016 JUN 1
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The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography

Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century Kate Davison (University of Sheffield) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series

51 MIN2016 MAR 2
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Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century

Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780

Institute of Historical Research Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780 Naomi Tadmor (University of Lancaster) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

52 MIN2016 FEB 3
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Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780

Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy

Institute of Historical Research Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy Sara Slinn (University of Lincoln) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series

50 MIN2015 NOV 11
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Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy

Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805

Institute of Historical Research Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805 Margaret Bird (Royal Holloway, University of London) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

64 MIN2015 OCT 14
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Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805

Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry

Institute of Historical Research Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry Dr Jason Kelly (Indiana University - Purdue University) British History in the Long EIghteenth Century seminar series

48 MIN2015 JUN 17
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Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry

Latest Episodes

Seditious memories across generations: remembering the British Revolutions, 1660-88

Ed Legon, Historic Royal Palaces/Kings College London Chair: Tim Reinke-Williams

47 MIN2017 DEC 13
Comments
Seditious memories across generations: remembering the British Revolutions, 1660-88

The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century Philippa Mapes (University of Leicester) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

45 MIN2017 MAR 1
Comments
The Business of Wallpaper: The English Wallpaper Trade in the Long Eighteenth Century

An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century Stéphane Jettot (University of Paris-Sorbonne) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

60 MIN2017 FEB 15
Comments
An Outdated Impulse? British Family Identity and Genealogical Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century

Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century Rosemary Sweet, Helen Bates and Emma Purcell (University of Leicester) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

63 MIN2016 OCT 12
Comments
Country Houses & Collaborative Research: Revealing the History of Boughton House & the Montagu Estates in the Long Eighteenth Century

The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography

Institute of Historical Research The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography Stephen Boyd Davis (Royal College of Art) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

44 MIN2016 JUN 1
Comments
The Idea of a Measurable Space: Joseph Priestley's 1765 Chart of Biography

Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century

Institute of Historical Research Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century Kate Davison (University of Sheffield) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series

51 MIN2016 MAR 2
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Ned Ward's "Knack of Pleasing": Practices of Laughter in the Eighteenth Century

Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780

Institute of Historical Research Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780 Naomi Tadmor (University of Lancaster) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

52 MIN2016 FEB 3
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Cultures of Settlement, 1660-1780

Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy

Institute of Historical Research Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy Sara Slinn (University of Lincoln) British History in the Long 18th Century seminar series

50 MIN2015 NOV 11
Comments
Northern Lights and Welsh Peasants: New Perspectives on the Late Hanoverian Clergy

Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805

Institute of Historical Research Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805 Margaret Bird (Royal Holloway, University of London) British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar series

64 MIN2015 OCT 14
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Trust the People: The English Approach to Arming and Training the 'Mob' for Home Defence, 1779-1805

Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry

Institute of Historical Research Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry Dr Jason Kelly (Indiana University - Purdue University) British History in the Long EIghteenth Century seminar series

48 MIN2015 JUN 17
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Neoclassicism and Florentine Freemasonry
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