The North West Early Modern Seminar is a research group for History students and academics interested in History of the Early Modern period.
Established in 2012 by the Universities of Manchester, Liverpool, Keele, Lancaster, Leeds, Chester, MMU and Huddersfield, the group will run several research seminars during 2013 to allow both students and academics to share their research interests and work.
Participants in the research group have interests which span all aspects of Early Modern History- from printed texts and witchcraft, to naval history and colonialism.
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6 September 2016
North West Early Modern Seminar at the University of Leeds!
7 December 2015
In November the North West Early Modern Seminar was hosted by Liverpool Hope University where we enjoyed a series of excellent papers and presentations on current research projects....
4 April 2015
In March the North West Early Modern Seminar travelled to Huddersfield where we heard some excellent papers and shared current research projects. Professor Jessica Malay (University...
12 November 2014
On Wednesday 29th October the North West Early Modern Seminar gathered at Keele University. We heard some excellent papers and exchanged results from recent research projects and papers....