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Lectures & Seminars


 

Week

Lectures- Mondays 5-6 pm from week 2 (incl) in Woods Scawen (arts centre)

See note in Week 19, Term 2, about an additional lecture

Lecture slides will be posted just before or after the lecture - click on 'slides'

In term 3 Lectures will be in S0.21

Most lecturers for this module are using lecture capture - you can find the relevant recordings here

Seminars and Seminar Readings

All seminars start in week 2

Thurs 9.00 – 10.00 in H0.56

(Dr Michael Bycroft)

Thurs 11.00 – 12.00 in OC1.08

(Dr Imogen Peck)

Thurs 12.00 – OC1.06

(Dr Imogen Peck)

Thurs 2.00 – 3.00 in S0.09

(Dr Imogen Peck)

Thurs 4.00 - 5.00 in H1.05

(Ms Natalie Hanley-Smith)

Fri 11-12 in H3.47

(Dr Imogen Peck)

(click on the links below to open the readings for each week)

Autumn
Term

1 No teaching this week - but please make a start on some of the introductory reading and readings for the first class/lecture.
 
2

Introduction: The Ancien Regime and the Enlightenment [Imogen Peck]

slides

The Ancien Regime
3

Religion and the Enlightenment [Mark Knights]

slides

Religion
4

Science and the Enlightenment [Michael Bycroft]

slides

Science and Medicine 

5

English Print and the Encyclopedie [Imogen Peck]

slides

The Encyclopedie

6

~ reading week ~

For advice on essay plan for the first assignment see here


7

The public: clubs, societies and the theatre [Imogen Peck]

slides

The Public

8

Law and natural rights [John Snape]

slides

Law and natural rights

9

Gender [Sarah Richardson]

slides

 Gender
10

Politics and the enlightenment [Imogen Peck]

slides

The Debate on France

Spring

Term

11

Trade, the Exotic, and the East [Maxine Berg]

slides and handout

The Exotic and the East


12

Theorising Trade and the Economy [Michael Bycroft]

slides and handout

Trade, the Economy, and Consumption


13

Crime, punishment, poverty, health and welfare [Tim Lockley]
slides

crime, punishment and welfare


14

Collecting and ordering natural history and knowledge [Imogen Peck]

Eng Fr slides

Visit to the Enlightenment Gallery at the British Museum, Weds 30 Jan. Details avaliable here

claim form

next of kin form

(Please send your next of kin form to imogen.peck@warwick.ac.uk and claim forms to j.m.noonan@warwick.ac.uk)

15

Enlightenment and Empire [Callie Wilkinson] - slides


empires
16 ~ reading week ~  
17

Napoleon and the Enlightenment [Kate Astbury]

slides

Reading Caricature

additional prints
18

Race and Slavery [Jonathan Schroeder]

slides

Race and Slavery

19

Romanticism [Christina Lupton]

slides
Note: There is a second Lecture this week on the Long Essay for the Enlightenment Course: Tues 5th March, 4pm-5pm, IMC0.02

The Long Essay

slides

Romanticism

20

German Responses to the Enlightenment [James Hodkinson]

slides

German reactions

Summer

Term

21

22

Because of the late Easter bank holiday, which falls this week, teaching will recommence in week 22.

Dialectics of the Enlightenment [Michael Bycroft]

slides

No teaching: Easter bank holidays

Modern Reactions to the Enlightenment

23

What is Enlightenment? Postmodernism and the Enlightenment [Claudia Stein]


The Enlightenment project today