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:

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)

Sheffield Early Modern Forum

Autumn 2015 sees the launch of Sheffield’s new Early Modern Forum A collaboration between the Centre for Early Modern Studies (SCEMS) and the postgraduate-run Early Modern Discussion Group (EMDG), the Early Modern Forum will be showcasing interdisciplinary research by and Continue reading Sheffield Early Modern Forum