Roger Morrice and his World: a workshop

Announcement from Jason McElligott


NEW DIRECTIONS IN LATE STUART HISTORY

Roger Morrice and his World: a workshop

The Breakfast Room, Merton College, Oxford.
Saturday 14 June 2008, 10.30am – 5pm.

The recent publication of Roger Morrice’s Entring Book was an important
milestone in the study of late-seventeenth century Britain. This one-day
workshop is designed to assess the impact of the Entring Book on the study of
the period, and to sketch possible directions for future research into the
period.

Speakers include: Alasdair Raffe (Durham), Sarah Cieglo (Yale), Stephen Taylor
(Reading), and Jason McElligott (Oxford)

A registration fee of £10 will cover coffees, lunches and tea. Those who wish
to stay overnight in Oxford can ask the organisers to book a room for them in
Merton College. The cost of a room is £28 per night.

To book a place at the workshop, email either Jason McElligott
(jason.mcelligott@merton.ox.ac.uk) or Mark Goldie (mag1010@cam.ac.uk) before 7
June.

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