Reminder: Feb 14-15 Huntington Events on Tudor History

**These events are particularly recommended by the chair, who would love to see you all there!  This is an especially good series for those interested in Tudor England, and for anyone interested in general social history.

Friday, February 14, and Saturday, February 15, 2014
Special Event: Program in Tudor History in Honor of Mary Robertson

A two-day program of talks in honor of Mary Robertson, recently retired William A. Moffett Curator of English Historical Manuscripts at the Huntington Library, celebrating her achievement in encouraging and facilitating so much high quality research and scholarship in British history among several generations of graduate students and faculty.

Day 1, February 14:

Steven Gunn, Merton College, Oxford

“Work, Leisure, and Accidental Death in Tudor England”

Neil Younger, University of Essex

“The Confessional State and the Political Nation in Elizabethan England”

Huntington Library
Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino CA 91108
1:30 pm (coffee served at 1pm)
Reception to follow

Day 2, February 15:

Alison Wiggins, University of Glasgow

“Bess of Hardwick’s Letters From Script to Screen (Or, the opportunities and implications of editing women’s letters online)”

Huntington Library
Botanical Center, Ahmanson Classroom
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino CA 91108
10am to 12pm (coffee served at 9:30am)

For more information about this and other Early Modern British History seminars, please contact Lori Anne Ferrell (Lori.Ferrell@cgu.edu) or Cynthia Herrup (herrup@usc.edu).

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