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EMECC postgraduate reading/research/work-in-progress group

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Location: S0.11 Social Sciences building

This is the inaugral session of the EMECC reading and research group for 2017-18.

The group is open to any with an interest in early modern/Renaissance/18thC history including PGs and UGs (those taking the relevant modules).

The plan to provide a congenial peer environment and the opportunity to present a succinct talk of 10-15 minutes about any recent aspect of your research, explaining, expanding and discussing. It could be, for example, introducing a source or linked sources, a piece of your own writing, or an explanation of your methodology for research. (We could do three in a session, perhaps?)

Prof. Mark Knight’s PhD students will be taking the lead initially. Hopefully, this will inspire contributions across the board.

First Session - Thursday 12th October 2017. 12.15-1.45pm

Venue: SO. 11 (Social Science) (note room change)

1. Martyn Cutmore: Christopher Feake and Puritan Genealogical Identity

2. David Fletcher: Choosing 25 plays out of 700 – a sampling methodology

3. A Volunteer if one comes forward in time.

EMECC Reading Group brief and draft programme

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