Mar 26: Norman Jones at The Huntington

The USC-Huntington EMSI Early Modern British History Seminar will be meeting this Saturday, March 26, at 10:00 am (donuts and coffee at 9:30). The seminar will take place at The Huntington Library’s Munger Research Center in Seaver Classrooms 1&2. Saturday’s speaker is Norman Jones, who is the Fletcher Jones Foundation Distinguished Fellow at the Huntington… Read More Mar 26: Norman Jones at The Huntington

Special Opportunity: Mellon Summer Institute in English Paleography

Please see the below opportunity to learn paleography at the Huntington this summer.  This is an excellent opportunity to experience high-level paleography instruction and also get to know the Huntington!  Successful applicants are also granted a summer stipend.  If you are interested in applying please contact Dr. Ferrell.  Highly recommended! MELLON SUMMER INSTITUTE IN ENGLISH… Read More Special Opportunity: Mellon Summer Institute in English Paleography

Reminder: Oct 31: Felicity Heal at the Huntington

Saturday, October 31, 2015 Early Modern British History Felicity Heal, University of Oxford “The only Anglican in Essex? Richard Stonley-embezzlement and belief in Elizabethan England” Huntington Library Seaver 1-2 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, California 91108 10am-12noon For more information about this event, please contact Lindsay O’Neill (ljoneill@usc.edu) and Vanessa Wilkie (vwilkie@huntington.org).

31 Oct: Felicity Heal at the Huntington Library

Saturday, October 31, 2015 Early Modern British History Felicity Heal, University of Oxford “The only Anglican in Essex? Richard Stonley-embezzlement and belief in Elizabethan England” Huntington Library Seaver 1-2 1151 Oxford Road San Marino, California 91108 10am-12noon For more information about this event, please contact Lindsay O’Neill (ljoneill@usc.edu) and Vanessa Wilkie (vwilkie@huntington.org).

Sept 8: EMSI Newsletter

Please find the latest USC Early Modern Studies Institute newsletter below.  Of special note: Alexandra Shepard’s talk “Minding their own Business: Married Women and Credit in Early Eighteenth Century London,” on Sept 26 at the Huntington. Saturday, September 26, 2015 Early Modern British History Alexandra Shepard, University of Glasgow “Minding their own Business: Married Women… Read More Sept 8: EMSI Newsletter