Many Worlds of Eighteenth-Century Britain: Apurba Chatterjee reports from the #EMForum

On 12 May 2016, the Early Modern Discussion Group welcomed two Sheffield-based eighteenth-century researchers with a shared interest in masculinities, Kate Gibson and Lauren Nixon. Session Chair Apurba Chatterjee (a first-year PhD student in History) reports:

#EMForum Commentary: James Shaw on Giorgio Lizzul

On March 3rd the Early Modern Discussion Group hosted Giorgio Lizzul (KCL) at the Early Modern Forum to present his paper ‘The Utility of Wealth in the Era of the Public Debt 1300-1500’, based on his AHRC-funded PhD research. Dr Continue reading #EMForum Commentary: James Shaw on Giorgio Lizzul

Book History at Sheffield (#BookHistShef)

A new Sheffield network for enthusiasts of all things book historical met for the first time last week.  Its aim is to create a space for collaboration and reflection that is both interdisciplinary in nature and transhistorical in reach, building Continue reading Book History at Sheffield (#BookHistShef)