CONFERENCE: EARLY MODERNISTS AND THE ARCHIVES, 1400 – 1800

10 June 2014, Institute for Historical Research, Senate House, London

Papers include: Stephen Alford @Reading Manuscripts in the Digital Century’; Elizabeth Biggs ‘Absence in the Archives: the case of the Dissolution of St Stephen’s Chapel’; Emmanuelle Chaze ‘A journey through the Archives: Gathering a Corpus of Huguenot Correspondence throughout England, Ireland and France’; Emily Hansen ‘The Early Modernist & the County Record Office’; Kelsey Flynn ‘Using Early Modern Archival Practices to Reconsider the Early English Atlantic Empire’; Husan-Ying Tu ‘The Dispersal of Francis Walsingham’s Papers’; Frances Maguire ‘From Print to Archive: the Church Courts of York in the Seventeenth Century’; Dan Spencer ‘Master Godfrey Goykyn: A Fifteenth Century “Gunnemaistre”‘; Paul Nuckley ‘The Impact of Partisan Politics upon the Governance of Kent in the 1680s’; Elias Kupfermann ‘Unearthing the Treasure Chest: The English Civil War Garrison Accounts of Windsor Castle’.

Full programme information: http://www.royalhistoricalsociety.org/Early%20Modernists%20and%20the%20Archives%20Program%202.pdf

There is no coast to attend but spaces are limited. Registration is open and can be accessed via http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/early-modernists-the-archives-1400-1800-tickets-10488979821

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