Mar 21: “Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth-Century England” at the Huntington

Please see the reminder below about the upcoming Huntington Early Modern British History seminar for Mar 21, talk given by Brent Sirota:

Dear Early Modernists,

A reminder that Brent Sirota will be speaking at the USC-Huntington EMSI British History Seminar on “Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth-Century England” this Saturday (March 21st).

His talk will take place in the Huntington Library’s Munger Building in Seaver 3 at 10:00am.  (Coffee and the traditional donuts served at 9:30.)

To sign up to receive email announcements from the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, please email emsi@usc.edu.  For more information about EMSI, please visit http://dornsife.usc.edu/emsi.

All our best,
Seminar Co-Conveners

Vanessa Wilkie                                Lindsay O’Neill
Huntington Library                          USC
vwilkie@huntington.org               ljoneill@usc.edu

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